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Ronald W. Chapman Sr., M.P.A., LL.M.

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All Offices – Main Office Sarasota
6841 Energy Ct.
Sarasota, FL 34240
Phone: (941) 893-3449

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Case Result: Prison Physician Assistant Not Liable for Deliberate Indifference to ‘Broken Hand Symptoms’

A pro se prisoner alleged that our physician assistant client was deliberately indifferent to “broken hand symptoms” when treating a bite wound on the prisoner’s hand. The physician assistant saw the prisoner again at a later date, at which time the prisoner complained of ongoing pain. The physician assistant ordered an x-ray, which revealed a fracture.

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Case Result: Jail Nurse Dismissed on Initial Motion in Claim for Deliberate Indifference

Area of Law:
42 USC 1983 — Deliberate Indifference

Venue:
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan

Verdict:
Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(6) motion granted. Plaintiff failed to state a claim upon which relief could be granted and was not permitted to amend, as amendment would have been futile.

Details:
A prisoner sued several corrections personnel and a nurse for deliberate indifference to serious medical needs. At the time of detention, Plaintiff prisoner was suffering from withdrawal symptoms and, while detoxing, fell and injured her head. She claimed to have not been given immediate proper medical treatment and that this lack of proper care and the delay in care caused her condition to worsen. However, the facts as alleged demonstrated that the prisoner did receive medical care for the detox issues she was experiencing and that medical staff appropriately sent her to the hospital.

The judge dismissed our nurse-client and did not permit Plaintiff to amend as to the nurse defendant or to add another nurse defendant, because the Plaintiff’s amended complaint still would have been futile.

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Case Result: Prison Physician Assistant Not Liable for Deliberate Indifference to ‘Broken Hand Symptoms’

A pro se prisoner alleged that our physician assistant client was deliberately indifferent to “broken hand symptoms” when treating a bite wound on the prisoner’s hand. The physician assistant saw the prisoner again at a later date, at which time the prisoner complained of ongoing pain. The physician assistant ordered an x-ray, which revealed a fracture.

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