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In October 2002 the plaintiff mother was 40.6 weeks. She was a
teenager, in her first pregnancy, presenting with premature rupture
of membranes and meconium stained amniotic fluid. Plaintiff’s
expert was expected to testify that because of her youthful age and
significant presenting conditions, the mother should be deemed a
“high risk pregnancy” requiring diligent observation, management
and follow-up by those attending her.
The action was brought against the attending OB, and the two
attending obstetrical nurses. At the time of the mediation, the child
was 5 years old, suffering from multiple physical, development and
neurologic impairments and delays. His condition is permanent
and requires continuous care and attention. To the credit of the
parents, they have been providing his care primarily at home, with
the assistance of several government agencies.
The case was submitted to mediation before a trial date was
scheduled. With the assistance of a life care planner and a
structured settlement specialist, the case settled at mediation with
a cash payment of $1,300.000.00 that was structured to payments
of over $2,000,000.00.
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