$6 Million Wrongful Death Verdict: Family awarded $8.3 million for accidental bowel perforation during surgery at University of Maryland Medical Center

BALTIMORE, Md. – A Baltimore city jury has awarded an $8.3 million verdict to the family of a man who died due to complications from surgery at the University of Maryland Medical Center in 2019. The verdict, delivered after an eight-day trial that concluded last month, holds the physicians and medical center accountable for the man’s death. The case centers around the death of Zesis Karavas, a 53-year-old man who underwent surgery at the University of Maryland Medical Center on May 29, 2019. Dr. Talal Al-Qaoud and Dr. Naeem Goussous were the physicians who performed … Read more

Nassau County Jury Selection for Patrick McDowell’s Sentencing Trial Sets Stage for Life or Death Decision

Nassau County, Florida – The sentencing trial of Patrick McDowell continues in Nassau County as jury selection resumes. Once a jury is selected, these individuals will determine whether McDowell should be sentenced to death or receive a life sentence for the killing of Nassau County Deputy Joshua Moyers. McDowell had previously pleaded guilty to shooting Deputy Moyers during a traffic stop in September 2021, which tragically resulted in Moyers’ death a few days later. Now, the focus is on finding the appropriate jury to make the final decision. Jury selection began on Friday and is … Read more

Tragic Loss: Family Granted $10 Million in Landmark Case Against Negligent CT Facility after Special Olympian’s Untimely Death

WATERBURY, Conn. – In a verdict that holds a Connecticut facility responsible for negligence, a jury has awarded a family $10 million following the death of a Special Olympian. The tragic incident occurred at the Oak Hill School in Waterbury, where the victim was attending a summer program. The lawsuit, filed by the family of the deceased athlete, claimed that the facility failed to provide proper safety measures and supervision, ultimately leading to the death of their loved one. The court heard that the victim’s medical condition required continuous monitoring, which was allegedly neglected by … Read more

Family Receives $10 Million Jury Award as Negligence in Special Olympian’s Tragic Death Comes to Light

GREENWICH, Conn. – A jury has awarded a family $10 million in a negligence lawsuit against a Connecticut facility in the death of a Special Olympian. The verdict was reached in the case of a 19-year-old athlete, who drowned during a swim practice session. The tragic incident occurred at the University of Connecticut-Avery Point campus in 2017. The athlete, identified as T.J., was participating in a swim practice as part of a Special Olympics training program. T.J. had Down syndrome and was a member of the Special Olympics since he was 10. According to the … Read more