Clay Edwards, Chad Bradford and Morgan Blind successfully defended an Indianapolis ophthalmologist against claims for medical malpractice in Marion Superior Court. Plaintiff alleged that Defendant incorrectly treated her endophthalmitis with topical eyedrops which led to the loss of her right eye. Edwards, Bradford and Blind argued that Plaintiff had bacterial keratitis during the period of time at issue, not endophthalmitis, and thus topical eyedrops were appropriate. The defense also argued that Plaintiff lost her eye not due to improper treatment, but due to the type of infection she had, MRSA, which was resistant to antibiotics. At the end of trial, Plaintiff asked the jury to return a verdict in the amount of $350,000.00. The jury agreed with Edwards, Bradford and Blind and rendered a unanimous verdict in favor of the Defendant.