4.5 million for a woman who suffered an abdominal aortic aneurysm requiring double amputations.
3.75 million for a construction worker who had a metal rod impale his leg, causing permanent orthopedic impairments
2.1 million for misdiagnosis of an infant's sacrococcygeal teratoma
1.95 million for a woman who died after a hospital administered the wrong medication. The hospital pharmacy filled the wrong prescription and nurses failed to recognize that they were administering the wrong medication.
1.75 million for a construction worker who fell and sustained spinal fractures trying to move across an elevated work site without the necessary safety equipment, a double harness
1.6 million for an infant male who sustained a fracture in a schoolyard accident that was subsequently mismanaged by New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation
950,000 for administration of contraindicated medication to an elderly woman causing premature death
750,000 for a patient's colon was perforated during a colonoscopy procedure
750,000 for a motorcyclist whose leg was injured by a sharp truck step when the truck operator turned his wheel to edge forward in heavy traffic
700,000 for a woman who required several breast reconstructions as a result of negligent augmentation surgery
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