October 18, 2006
Plaintiff in this action presented to the emergency room with the symptoms of a transient ischemic attack (TIA). After being discharged, the Plaintiff suffered a massive and debilitating stroke two weeks later. James Grohmann, representing a family doctor, successfully defended the case maintaining that the physician acted appropriately. The physician communicated with the emergency room and increased the Plaintiff’s anxiety medication. Plaintiff sought over 14 million dollars in this matter. After a few hours of deliberation, the jury returned with a defense verdict.