Brandon King Wins Neurosurgical Malpractice Case

Decedent’s estate claimed wrongful death five days post cervical fusion surgery, alleging neurosurgeon was negligent for proceeding with surgery despite decedent having a raised white blood cell count taken before surgery.  Plaintiff alleged that the raised white blood cell count was a sign of an ongoing infection and surgery should have been delayed or further testing should have been done to ensure there was no ongoing infection.

After a two-week trial the jury returned a unanimous verdict in favor of the neurosurgeon and the other two defendant physicians.

Brandon, You did an incredible job from the start on my case. The jury said it best .. "He nailed it !" If I ever have something to litigate, I'm calling you.

Christopher Paulsen