Plaintiff Could Not Even Attempt to Surpass Us

Nicole Heckman won a summary judgment in a case involving a failure to administer prophylactic anticoagulation to a woman undergoing an orthopedic procedure.  Although the patient died from a fatal pulmonary embolism, Nicole argued that the standard of care did not require preventative anticoagulation in a patient with no risks of clot development. Her affirmation in support of the defense's position was so strong that plaintiff's counsel was unable to even submit an opposition. Please join us in congratulating Nicole on her aggressive representation and success on behalf of our clients.

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