Trabue v. Atlanta Women's Specialists

VERDICT

Trial
02/06/17 – 02/21/17

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Summary

In this medical malpractice case, plaintiff claims medical negligence following a cesarean section delivery caused the mother to suffer catastrophic brain damage.

From the CVN News Page:

Jurors found two Atlanta-area physicians negligent and awarded nearly $46 million for the catastrophic brain damage a woman suffered just days after the 2009 birth of her child.

The Fulton County State Court jury deliberated for about 15 hours Friday and Tuesday before concluding Shannon Trabue's heart attack and subsequent brain damage were caused by the negligent care of Atlanta Women’s Specialists obstetricians Drs. Rebecca Simonsen and Stanley Angus.

Read more on CVN's News Page.

Outcome

Past medical and other expenses - $565,624.12
Future medical and other expenses - $6,710,820

Past lost earnings - $252,237.50
Future loss earning capacity- $736,886

Past loss of household services - $492,055
Future loss of household services - $1,065,054

Shannon Trabue compensatory damages for injuries - $18,000

Keith Trabue compensatory damages for loss of martial relationship - $18,000

Sessions

AM Session
Other
0 Chapters
FEB
6
AM Session
Openings
3 Chapters
FEB
7
AM Session
Other
2 Chapters
AM Session
Other
2 Chapters
AM Session
Other
2 Chapters
FEB
17
AM Session
Verdict
3 Chapters
FEB
21

Recording Disclaimer: This proceeding was recorded in full.

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