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

Founding Shareholder

President & CEO

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

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Medical Professionals Sued for Indifference to Medical Needs are Vindicated

The decedent suffered from end-stage liver disease (ESLD) and several related complications of the disease. Several years after failing Hepatitis-C treatment, the decedent developed esophageal varices that required ligation banding on two separate occasions. The decedent suffered from end-stage liver disease (ESLD) and several related complications of the disease.

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Plaintiff Alleged Deliberate Indifference to Medical Need – Obtained Early Dismissal

Plaintiff was an elderly prisoner at G. Robert Cotton Correctional Facility. He alleges that he suffers from chronic hypertension, a serious kidney disorder, and an enlarged prostate, and that he takes medication to control his blood pressure. Chapman Law Group (CLG) was able to secure an early dismissal of the case under Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(6) due to deficiencies in the Complaint.

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Case Result: Prison Physician Assistant Not Liable at Trial

Area of Law:
42 USC 1983 – Deliberate Indifference

Venue:
United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan

Verdict:
No cause of action as to our client, the physician assistant

Details:
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. The physician assistant, an expert correctional medicine physician and other witnesses testified that there was no sign of a fracture at the time of the initial visit.

The jury found in favor of our client, the physician assistant, despite finding several nurses liable and entering a small judgment against them.

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Case Lawyers

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

Founding Shareholder

President & CEO

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

Related Case Results

Medical Professionals Sued for Indifference to Medical Needs are Vindicated

The decedent suffered from end-stage liver disease (ESLD) and several related complications of the disease. Several years after failing Hepatitis-C treatment, the decedent developed esophageal varices that required ligation banding on two separate occasions. The decedent suffered from end-stage liver disease (ESLD) and several related complications of the disease.

Read More »

Plaintiff Alleged Deliberate Indifference to Medical Need – Obtained Early Dismissal

Plaintiff was an elderly prisoner at G. Robert Cotton Correctional Facility. He alleges that he suffers from chronic hypertension, a serious kidney disorder, and an enlarged prostate, and that he takes medication to control his blood pressure. Chapman Law Group (CLG) was able to secure an early dismissal of the case under Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(6) due to deficiencies in the Complaint.

Read More »

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