Lawyers at DBMS successfully litigate a wide variety of civil cases and argue appeals in some of the most challenging jurisdictions in the country.
Kilfoy v. Defendant Ophthalmologist
Plaintiff alleged permanent visual impairment caused by Lasik surgery, claiming that an intraoperative complication involving the corneal flap should have caused the surgeon to halt the surgery.
Plaintiff also claimed that the patient was an inappropriate candidate for Lasik surgery under her particular circumstances and requested between $1.5 and $3 million.
DBMS successfully argued that the surgeon exercised his good judgment in deciding to continue with the surgery and that the intraoperative complication had no long-term consequences for this patient. Moreover, they persuaded the jury that this patient was an appropriate candidate for the surgery.