At Stecco Law, P.C. we are very proud of the work we do and the results we achieve on behalf of seriously injured victims of Medical Malpractice.  With the unique defense experience that Mr. Stecco brings to every case he handles, he continues to achieve very significant results for his clients which significantly changes the quality of life for the family.   Here are some of the outcomes from cases we have handled and a snapshot of some of the cases we are presently evaluating.

RECENT VERDICTS/SETTLEMENTS

  • $4.3 million Improper management of labor and delivery resulting in cerebral palsy in a newborn.
  • $1.1 million Failure to diagnose and treat a stroke in a hospital emergency room.
  • $1.0 million Paralysis after a delay in diagnosis and treatment of a spinal bleed.
  • $900,000 Foot drop and nerve damage in leg following hip replacement surgery.
  • $675,000 Failure to timely diagnose and treat small bowel obstruction.
  • $650,000 Death caused by a failure to properly administer anesthesia during an outpatient procedure.
  • $600,000 Death resulting from medication errors causing brain hemorrhage.
  • $500,000 Infant death caused by a failure to timely diagnose and treat heart defect.

Stecco Law, P.C. accepts medical malpractice cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay no attorney fees or costs unless we recover on your behalf.

Sample Of Cases Currently Under Investigation

  • Brachial plexus injury (shoulder/arm) in an infant due to failure to properly manage labor and perform a timely C-section.
  • Infant death due to failure to properly manage labor and perform a timely C-section.
  • Brain injury following thyroid surgery.
  • Bowel perforation following GI procedure.
  • Death of a nursing home resident following multiple falls and a subsequent brain bleed.
  • Delay in diagnosis and treatment of ruptured bowel.
  • Significant nerve damage following routine dental procedure.

**Each case is different and past results are no guarantee of future results.

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