South Florida family awarded $35 million in medical malpractice suit
South Florida Sun-Sentinel, June 16, 2008
A jury has awarded a Lauderhill, FL, family $35 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit that accused Broward General Medical Center of causing irreversible brain damage to their child by botching the delivery. Following the verdict, the hospital district that operates Broward General released a statement saying that while it wishes to extend its condolences to the family, the district is "deeply disappointed with the verdict and are currently evaluating and considering our options regarding this matter going forward."
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