Lawyers at DBMS successfully litigate a wide variety of civil cases and argue appeals in some of the most challenging jurisdictions in the country.

DBMS Obtains a Defense Verdict in Cook County

Client:

Physician

Outcome:

Defense Verdict.

John McGarry and Zachary Kutsulis of DBMS successfully defended an obstetrician who plaintiff alleged negligently performed a circumcision that resulted in the need for surgical repair. After a week-long trial, ...

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DBMS Obtains Not Guilty Verdict

Client:

Internal Medicine Physician

Outcome:

Verdict for Defense.

DBMS Obtains Not Guilty Verdict in Alleged Failure to Diagnose Deep Vein Thrombosis Case. Michael Borree and Monica Smit of DBMS successfully defended an internal medicine physician at trial in ...

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Plaintiff vs. Defendant Hospital

Client:

Chicago area hospital

Outcome:

Verdict for Defense.

Sherri M. Arrigo and Timothy L. Hogan successfully defended a Chicago area hospital and nurse at trial against allegations of negligence during the labor and delivery of the minor plaintiff ...

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Plaintiff v. Defendant Neurosurgeon

Client:

Defendant Neurosurgeon

Outcome:

Verdict for Defense.

Mark M. Burden and David K. Duffey successfully defended a neurosurgeon at trial against allegations of negligence for improperly recommending and improperly performing an extensive neurosurgical procedure. Plaintiffs alleged that ...

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Plaintiff v. Defendant Family Medicine Physician

Client:

Defendant Family Medicine Physician

Outcome:

Verdict for Defense.

Mark M. Burden and Laura Coffey Ieremia successfully defended a family medicine physician at trial against allegations of negligence for failing to timely diagnose prostate cancer. Asserting wrongful death and ...

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Plaintiff v. Defendant Cardiothoracic Surgeon

Client:

Defendant Defendant Cardiothoracic Surgeon

Outcome:

Verdict for the Defense.

DBMS successfully defended a cardiothoracic surgeon in a case involving a claim of medical malpractice for an alleged failure to properly perform a single coronary artery bypass graft procedure. In ...

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