Los Angeles Medical Malpractice Attorney
Attorney: Thomas E. Donahue
Case Summary: A woman received $5,500,500 after hospital negligence left her severely and permanently brain damaged.
Medical Malpractice Case Description
Thomas E. Donahue represented a 34 year-old woman who was severely and permanently brain damaged due to a hospital’s failure to diagnose a stroke. This negligence her permanently disabled and she now requires 24/7 attendant care. The hospital paid a total of $6,000,000 in settlement prior to trial.
About Thomas E. Donahue
He represents injured patients and their families who have been injured, abused, neglected or died as a result of negligence by physicians, hospitals, nursing homes and other health care providers.
Mr. Donahue has recovered more than one hundred million dollars for his clients that have been injured or died as a result of medical negligence and elder abuse.
Thomas E. Donahue has extensive experience litigating complex medical malpractice cases.
The Los Angeles area law firm of Donahue & Horrow, L.L.P. handles a wide range of medical malpractice cases throughout all of California, including:
- Birth Injuries resulting in cerebral palsy, Erb’s palsy or another permanent disability;
- Brain Injuries resulting in long-term or permanent physical disability, cognitive impairment or coma;
- Emergency Room Malpractice;
- Kaiser Malpractice (HMO);
- Kaiser Medical Facility Malpractice Involving Wrongful Death;
- Misdiagnosis of Cancer (particularly lung, breast, colon, prostate or skin cancer) and other serious medical conditions;
- Nursing Home Neglect and Elder Abuse; and
- Physician and Hospital Negligence, including medication error and failure to monitor.
Litigating against hospitals, physicians, nurses, and other medical facilities and staff is costly and requires substantial resources, knowledge, and experience. Donahue & Horrow, LLP is committed to litigating cases in an aggressive manner and maximizing the recovery for its clients. All cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, which means we bear the financial risks of pursuing your case — as a client, you pay nothing unless and until we recover for you by way of settlement or verdict.