Krueger v. Mercy Hospital. This was a suit for equitable indemnity seeking $9 million previously paid in a MVA case to settle claims brought by a brain damaged individual. The settling defendant sought to recover the settlement amount claiming the brain damage was due to medical mismanagement. We received a defense verdict after seven days of trial and the verdict was upheld on appeal.
Thomas v Mercy Hospital and Mercy Clinic. Ken Bean and Bobbie Moon received a defense verdict on March 27, 2015 following a two week trial in Franklin County, Missouri on this OB medical malpractice action involving a child with cerebral palsy and mental retardation.
Klemp-Bradshaw v Mercy Clinic, et al. This was an OB medical malpractice action involving a brain injured child. This was tried in 2014 and resulted in a defense verdict.
Avichail v. St. John’s Mercy Medical Center. This pediatric medical malpractice action was tried in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri in October 2010. Bobbie served as second chair assisting Kenneth Bean. After seven days of trial the jury returned a defense verdict after two hours of deliberation.
Swain v. Mercy Medical Group. Bobbie served as second chair assisting Kenneth Bean in this neonatal wrongful death action tried to a St. Charles County jury in February 2010. The jury returned a defense verdict after a four day trial.
Dilworth v. Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Bobbie tried this gynecological surgery medical malpractice action in St. Louis City in May 2009. The jury returned a defense verdict in just over two hours of deliberation following a three day trial. Bobbie also represented the hospital in response to plaintiff’s appeal of the verdict and the defense verdict was upheld by the Court of Appeals in June 2010.
Stuck v. St. John’s Mercy Medical Center. This obstetrical malpractice action was tried in St. Louis County in September 2008 by Kenneth Bean with Bobbie serving as second chair. The child had devastating neurological injuries. We received a defense verdict after a ten day trial.