Nursing Home Malpractice: Failure to Monitor Patient
Our client was a nursing home patient whose blood sugar was allowed to get too low. As a result, he stopped breathing and suffered severe brain damage. The case centered on whether the nursing home failed recognize and act on the patient's excessive sleepiness so to reverse his low blood sugar, and the extent of the harm that the patient suffered as a result of the severe brain injury. The case resolved for a confidential amount.
Practice area(s): Medical Malpractice
James D. Campbell
Jim Campbell is an experienced medical malpractice trial lawyer. Jim learned the craft of medical malpractice litigation law representing physicians and hospitals throughout the State of Arizona. He successfully tried many lawsuits on behalf of physicians and hospitals, even when the odds were overwhelmingly against his client. Now, Jim uses his skill and experience representing patients. His defense experience gives him an advantage in anticipating the tactics that physicians and their lawyers will use. He is able to proactively engineer his client's case to successfully meet those strategies.