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Victims' Stories demonstrate unfairness of damage caps

Every week, PaTLA sends a new case study to legislators demonstrating the unfairness of damage caps and the elimination of the common law doctrine of Joint & Several Liability. These cases tell the real stories, in words and pictures, of victims whose lives have already been turned upside down by the carelessness of others.  A cap on non-economic damages would limit these victims' ability to recover for the pain and suffering they have endured.  This program is run by Michelle Quinn, of the firm Hourigan Kluger & Quinn, P.C.

**Updated February 3, 2006**

To view, print or download these compelling stories, click below.  These stories are best viewed in Adobe Reader 7.0, which can be obtained at www.adobe.com.

Mark (February 6, 2006) - Mark was an active and healthy 43-year-old when he went out for a motorcycle ride that changed his life. Due to the impatience of a truck driver at a red light, Mark was engulfed in flames for several minutes. He was so severely burned that he will never again lead a normal life. Even sitting in a wheelchair is excruciating for Mark. Mark's Story #99
Jim (December 12, 2005) - Jim was an active man, who loved to travel and spend time with his wife. Due to a hospital's misinterpretation of multiple tests, Jim died of lung cancer. Had the hospital properly interpreted his results three years prior to his death, when he first presented, Jim would be alive today Jim's Story #98
Kelly Rose (December 5, 2005) - Kelly Rose was already a shining star at just 13. She was a fun-loving, compassionate child who loved the outdoors and organized sports. Tragically, she will never realize her goals and dreams because her life was abruptly and violently ended when the vehicle in which she was a passenger collided with a tractor-trailer. Kelly Rose's Story #97
Ray (November 28, 2005) - Ray was a bright and ambitious drug company representative, who enjoyed traveling and staying physically fit, until a country club van violently struck his car while he was at a complete stop. Since then, Ray has required narcotic medications to obtain even the most minimal relief, and has been forced to undergo surgery for a ruptured disc and acute nerve damage. Ray's Story #96
Gene (November 21, 2005) - At 47 years old, Gene's energy was incomparable. In addition to working full-time as a machine operation, Gene was an avid hunter and fisherman, and was constantly immersed in home renovation projects. Unfortuantely, because a physician failed to follow up on an abnormal X-ray, Gene lost both his right leg and his independence, and he will likely lose his life. Gene's Story #95
Doreen (November 14, 2005) - Doreen was a spry, 78-year-old retired registered nurse. She lived independently on the same street as her family, and spent her days caring for her children and grandchildren. Doreen was also active in her community, assisting neighbors who were younger than she was. In order to continue her active lifestyle, Doreen accepted her doctor's recommendation to undergo a knee replacement at the hospital where she worked for many years. The surgery was successful. Regrettably, Doreen died 13 days later due to a medication error. Doreen's Story #94
Ronald (November 7, 2005) - Ronald was just 56 years old when he died a preventable death.  His death could have been avoided if the hospital and radiologist simply taken the time to read his X-ray and advise Ronald of their findings. Ronald's Story #93
Laurie (October 31, 2005) - Laurie was only 35 years old when she became the victim of medical negligence. Her death was caused as the result of a medication error. Laurie's death was caused by her doctor's inappropriate use of the cardiac medication Sotalol for Laurie's symptoms of heart palpitations.  Laurie's Story #92
Torajee (October 24, 2005) - Torajee was a precocious 4-year-old who had a sparklet in his eye and a smile that could warm the coldest of hearts. Unfortunately, due to three careless doctors and a hospital system that violated more than 108 laws, policies and regulations, Torajee's life was needlessly squandered and his parents were left with a void that can never be filled. Torajee's Story #91
Linda (October 17, 2005) - Linda was a vibrant and hard-working mother until she was literally crushed to death by a careless driver, who rammed into the back of a township truck Linda was loading. Linda's Story #90
Maureen (October 10, 2005) - Maureen was a happy and energetic mother of two. Her future was taken from her by the negligence of her doctors. Maureen's final years were wrought with unimaginable pain and suffering, not only for herself, but for the family that meant so much to her. Maureen's Story #89
Anthony (October 3, 2005) - Anthony was only 45 when he died a completely preventable death. His doctor restarted Anthony on medication he knew was harmful while Anthony was still recovering from its original side-effects. Had his doctor properly monitored and treated his condition, Anthony would be alive today. Anthony's Story #88
Jessica (September 26, 2005) - Jessica was an active and energetic 15-year-old student, who enjoyed playing softball and had dreams of becoming a nurse, until an orthopedic surgeon ended her dreams by his negligence. Jessica's Story #87
Lisa (June 27, 2005) - Lisa, a 38-year-old wife and mother of three, died as the result of negligent hospital staff.  Approximately
ten hours after she went to the emergency room for an asthma problem, Lisa had a heart attack caused by respiratory distress.  Even though her monitor showed no pulse after the seizure, it took 20 minutes before the hospital staff initiated code blue and began CPR.  Forty minutes later, Lisa was dead.
Lisa's Story #86
Joseph (June 20, 2005) - Joe was only 30 years old when his life was changed forever by the negligence of a drunk driver.  He was struck with such force that he was thrown more than 108 feet.  The driver, who pled guilty to drunk driving, only served thirty days in jail, but Joe will be a quadriplegic for the rest of his life.  Joseph's Story #85
Fern (June 13, 2005) - Fern went into surgery for a cardiac pacemaker.  Instead, the negligence of hospital staff left her with second and third degree burns on her face, which have resulted in permanent scarring.  A weakened immune system and an aggravation of her diabetes resulted in an amputation of her leg
above the knee. 
Fern's Story #84
Barbara (June 6, 2005) - Barbara, a young healthy woman, had to have a bone taken from her pelvis and implanted in her back due to the negligence of a state agency.  This organization failed to properly fix a hole in a downtown crosswalk, even after written complaints.  As a result, Barbara fell and injured her back.  A witness to her fall saw another person fall as well.  She will experience pain in her back and legs for the rest of her life.  Barbara's Story #83
Anne (May 31, 2005) - Anne worked as a certified nursing assistant until an 8 to 10 pound battery fell off a defective piece of equipment and landed on her foot and ankle.  She is now permanently disabled, can only walk 2 blocks at most, and experiences persistent pain.  Anne's Story #82
Oliver (May 23, 2005) - Oliver, once a healthy baby, now has cerebral palsy and is mentally retarded because of the negligence of two physicians.  Although he was born premature, he was a healthy sized baby and was doing great until his doctors negligently placed his feeding tube directly into his heart, leading to a cardiorespiratory collapse.  Despite unmistakable signs that Oliver was in trouble, the medical residents caring for him failed to recognize the cause of his problems until irreversible brain damage had occurred. Oliver's Story #81
Gloria (May 16, 2005) - Gloria was a 47-year-old healthy mother and grandmother who died as a result of a hospital's negligence.  Despite signs that she was in respiratory distress, the hospital staff did not give her proper treatment.  This ultimately led to cardiac and respiratory arrest, brain damage and a year of chronic pain before her death. Gloria's Story #80
Cameron (May 2, 2005) - Cameron will live in a constant infant-like state for the rest of his life due to the negligence of hospital personnel.  Cameron was born blue, limp and unresponsive at birth.  Cameron is severely mentally retarded, has epilepsy and has cerebral palsy due to lack of blood flow to his kidneys, liver, lungs and brain during labor.  He requires skilled nursing care 24 hours a day and will for the rest of his life, all because the nursing and physician staff failed to follow medical protocol.  Cameron's Story #79
Mrs. S (April 25, 2005) - Mrs. S., a healthy and vibrant woman, was the guiding force in her large extended family.  Her children and grandchildren looked to her for wisdom and counsel and she led her family to success in America.  Mistakes in her care by a cardiologist led to her death and this fact was confirmed by other doctors.  Due to the negligence of a cardiologist, her family is without their matriarch. Mrs. S.' Story #78
Michaelene (April 18, 2005) - Michaelene was just 30 years old when she died.  Her death could have been avoided if only hospital cytopathologists had read her pap smear slides correctly.  They were misread for three years, by staff who failed to see the cancerous cells on them.  By the time the cancer was diagnosed, it was too late for Michaelene.  She left behind her husband, her 13-year-old son and her 12-year-old daughter.  Michaelene's Story #77
Tom (April 4, 2005) - Tom worked hard and had never missed a day of work in the years that it had taken to rise from being an apprentice to a master plumber.  Strong and self-reliant, Tom kept in shape and tried to stay healthy.  Due to a doctor's unwillingness to spend a few minutes asking Tom basic questions and running routine tests, a ruptured artery in his brain went undetected until it was too late.  The delay resulted in permanent brain damage and Tom lives waiting for others to help him with the most basic tasks.  Tom's Story #76
Erin (March 28, 2005) - Erin had half of her left leg taken from her when a negligent driver plowed into her.  After four surgeries, hard work, and determination, she is finally able to walk with the help of a prosthesis.  Had the driver not been careless, Erin would not face 60 years of having a stump instead of a calf, ankle and foot. Erin's Story #75
Ryan (March 21, 2005) - Ryan was 17 when his life was changed forever by a reckless driver.  In a terrible accident, Ryan’s head was dragged along the road, leaving pieces of flesh and bone imbedded in the roadway.  Doctors worked miracles to save Ryan, but he now has titanium mesh holding his skull together and suffers from permanent vision and hearing loss, emotional trauma, and will require multiple plastic surgeries to try to reconstruct portions of his face and head. Ryan's Story #74
Christopher (March 14, 2005) - Christopher lost the full use of his right hand due to the negligence of a doctor.  An ear, nose and throat surgeon--not board certified as an orthopedist--misrepresented his qualifications and performed surgeries that caused nerve damage.  Christopher can no longer work as a tow truck operator, a job that he loved, or even tie his shoes, due to a doctor's negligence. Christopher's Story #73
John (March 7, 2005) - John was paralyzed from the waist down after the car in which he was a passenger struck several trees.  John will never walk again.  He frequently suffers from potentially lethal infections.  John must live the remainder of his life under constant supervision in a nursing home because of someone else's negligence. John's
Story #72
David (February 28, 2005) - David was only a freshman in high school when a careless driver destroyed his right eye.  David can no longer enjoy the sports he so loved to play.  He can no longer do the everyday things we take for granted, like being able to pour a glass of juice or unlock a door. David's
Story #71
Caitlyn (February 21, 2005) - Little Caitlyn was only three years old when she suffered permanent spinal cord damage due to the negligence of hospital personnel.  Had they followed proper procedure, Caitlyn would be a happy, active child.  Instead, she will live the rest of her life paralyzed in a wheelchair.  Caitlyn's
Story #70
Sandra (February 14, 2005) - Sandra was athletic and energetic, enjoying life.  That all changed when her doctors, despite multiple visits to the Emergency Room, failed to order a simple test that would have detected bleeding in her brain.  Now, Sandra can no longer do any of the things she enjoyed, or even make her own living. Sandra's Story #69
Evelyn (February 7, 2005)- Evelyn was left without hands and feet after her surgeons failed to treat her circulation problems. Not one of her six physicians took charge when Evelyn's nurse reported her blue hands and feet. Evelyn's
Story #68
Holly (June 28, 2004) - Holly lost both of her breasts and suffered severe infections and scarring due to a failure to diagnose her breast cancer.  Had her mammogram films been properly read, Holly would still have both of her breasts. Holly's Story #67
Leslie (June 21, 2004) - Leslie suffered a horrible and painful death at the hands of a doctor who was negligent in her care.  Leslie would have survived her surgery if the doctor had followed standard procedure. Leslie's Story #66
Elizabeth (June 14, 2004) - Elizabeth's life, and the lives of those who loved her, ended when her physicians failed to diagnose and treat her life-threatening infection. Elizabeth's Story #65
Crystal (June 7, 2004) - Crystal is not like other kids.  She is teased by classmates, reducing her to tears, because of a doctor's negligence.  Crystal's left arm was left distorted and dysfunctional from a completely preventable medical error. Crystal's Story #64
Hunter (May 31, 2004) - Hunter will never do the things that other children do.  He will never speak or walk.  Hunter's life was taken from him before he was even born due to the carelessness of the doctor and nurses taking care of his mother while she was in labor. Hunter's Story #63
Jon (May 24, 2004) - Jon was a hard-working, active man who enojoyed his work. He now lives in constant pain due to a doctor’s blatant disregard for hospital policy. Jon's Story#62
Sam's Story (May 17, 2004) - Sam entered the hospital with severe abdominal pain. Had his CT scan been properly interpreted by his doctor, he would be alive today. Sam's Story#61
Paul's Story (May 10, 2004) - As a result of his doctor’s failure to treat his high blood pressure, Paul can no longer work and even simple tasks are incredibly difficult. Paul's Story#60
Sabrina (May 3, 2004) - Sabrina lives each day in constant pain because her surgeon decided, without her knowledge, to use her as a guinea pig to practice a new skill. Sabrina's Story#59
Tommy (April 26, 2004) - Tommy is a spastic quadriplegic and suffers from severe mental retardation because the doctors to whom his mother turned for help failed to care for her. Tommy's Story#58
Nilda (April 19, 2004) - Nilda is in a a vegetative state now because of the negligence of her surgeon, who failed to operate on a life-threatening condition. Nilda's Story#57
Diane (April 12, 2004) - A series of absolutely preventable medical errors took Diane from her children, grandchildren, sister, and parents forever. Diane's Story#56
Frank (April 5, 2004) - Due to the negligence of a careless driver, Frank finds doing the things he used to love now nearly impossible. Frank's Story#55
Doug (March 29, 2004) - Doug, an active volunteer firefighter who helped in the recovery efforts of September 11, had his dreams shattered when he sustained severe injuries due to the negligence of his doctors. Doug's Story#54
Derl (March 22, 2004) - Derl ’s life was taken from him due to his doctor's failure to diagnose the bladder cancer that was producing such obvious symptoms. Derl's Story#53
Hugh (March 15, 2004) - Despite being burned in a fire, Hugh was expected to make a full recovery. However, as a result of a medical mistake, he suffered irreversible brain damage and is now a quadriplegic. Hugh's Story#52
Chris (March 8, 2004) - Chris had a promising future, but a drunk driver took those dreams from him. Chris' Story#51
Martha (March 1, 2004) - Martha's husband and children are alone, without the love and guidance she once gave them. A careless dump truck driver took this from them when he failed to stop for a red light and plowed through Martha's vehicle. Martha's Story#50
Brian (February 23, 2004) - Little Brian was an energetic pre-schooler,who loved playing with his brother and teasing his mom. All that changed when the car in which Brian was riding was hit head-on by a careless driver,speeding on a wet roadway. Brian's Story#49
Steve (February 16, 2004) - Steve, a single father, narrowly avoided being crushed to death, sustaining severe bodily injury when he was trapped between a dump truck and a bulldozer. Steve's Story#48
Juli (February 9, 2004) - Juli was riding in a car that was struck head-on by a driver who had fallen asleep at the wheel. Juli suffered tremendous injuries and horrific pain as a result. Juli's Story#47
Amy (February 2, 2004) - Amy died a tragically preventable death when a wheel flew off a car travelling in the opposite direction and crashed into the car in which she was riding. Amy's Story#46
Becky (December 22, 2003) - Due to a car manufacturer ’s failure to install proper safety features in the back seat of the vehicle in which Becky was riding,Becky is restricted to life in a wheelchair. Becky's Story#45
Jessica (December 15, 2003) - Jessica was severely brain damaged by the negligence of two drivers. Developmentally, she lives the life of a toddler, and will never mature. Jessica's Story#44
Allen (December 8, 2003) - Allen lost his life to a company's desire for money and profits. Allen's Story#43
Eric (December 1, 2003) - Eric suffered severe brain damage as a result of a doctor’s negligence in delivering him. Eric's Story#42
Yalon (November 24, 2003) - Yalon’s physicians knew she had signs of a high-risk condition during her pregnancy. Yet, her doctors waited over 13 hours to perform a caesarian section. Yalon's Story#41
Nikkida (November 17, 2003) - Nikki was only 19 when an untreated infection took her life. Her physicians knew she was symptomatic,but did nothing to treat her infection. Nikkida's Story#40
Evan (November 10, 2003) - Evan will never lead a full and enjoyable life due to the negligence of several doctors. He has no control over his limbs, and is severely brain damaged from a lack of oxygen in the womb. Evan's Story#39
Bonnie (November 3, 2003) - Bonnie’s gynecologist failed to order necessary tests on a lump found in her breast. It was not until her primary care physician ordered a biopsy that she learned about her cancer. Bonnie's Story#38
Olivia (October 27, 2003) - Olivia's mom had problems delivering her first child. When the time came for her to deliver her second baby, her physicians never looked at her history or monitored the size of the baby. As a result of her doctors’ negligence, little Olivia has almost no use of her right arm. Olivia's Story#37
Lois (October 20, 2003) - Lois died following her family physician’s orders. Lois displayed the signs of angina, but her doctor repeatedly misdiagnosed her symptoms and ignored a warning from an E.R. physician. Lois was treated for gallstones and heartburn, but her doctor never referred her to a cardiologist who would have saved her life. Lois'
Story#36
Dana (October 13, 2003) - Dana was just beginning what promised to be a successful career. All that changed when the car in which she was riding was struck at high speed by a delivery truck whose driver was not paying attention. Dana was crushed between the front and back seats of the car. Dana's Story#35
Elaine (October 6, 2003) - Elaine should have been enjoying her golden years after working hard for many years to take care of her children. But a laboratory’s failure to tell Elaine’s doctor about results of tests that her blood was too thin—and her doctors’ own negligence in treating her condition—have left her without the use of her legs. Elaine's Story#34
Melissa (September 29, 2003) - As a result of her doctors’ negligence, tiny Melissa suffered serious brain damage. She will never breath on her own--dependent upon a ventilator—and must be fed through a tube. She is also severely disabled requiring around-the-clock care. Melissa's Story#33
Marybeth (September 22, 2003) - Marybeth, a wife and mother of four children, was only 37 when she died of malignant melanoma—a totally treatable and curable cancer if detected in time. But Marybeth’s doctor ignored examining Marybeth’s skin at yearly physicals even though she knew her family’s history with the disease and had been warned by Marybeth’s oncologist. Marybeth's Story#32
Caroline (September 15, 2003) - Little Caroline was born pre-term and was at an increased risk of developing high levels of bilirubin. Her medical condition could have been easily prevented, but Caroline’s doctors failed to recognize and treat her excessive bilirubin levels in time, resulting in severe brain damage. Caroline's Story#31
Mary (September 8, 2003) - Mary is forced to stay home from work and rely on friends for help with everyday chores after her doctors left a sponge inside of her following surgery. Multiple doctors failed to remove the sponge, even though an X-ray clearly showed it was there. Mary's Story#30
Keith (September 1, 2003) - Keith’s life was ruined forever when he went in for a routine surgery. Now his wife is afraid to leave him home alone due to a brain injury caused by the negligence of the hospital staff caring for him. Keith's Story#29
John (August 25, 2003)- John was killed when a tractor-trailer driven by an illegal immigrant who had not had enough rest plowed into his car on the highway. John's Story#28
Christine (August 18, 2003) - Christine was forced to give up her new career and her house, both of which she loved very much, because a doctor’s mistake caused her to lose a leg. Christine's Story#27
Gary (August 11, 2003) - Gary lost his home, his hobbies, the part of his job that he loved, his energy, his self-confidence and his physical integrity because of his surgeon's negligence. Gary's Story#26 
David (August 4, 2003) - Young David suffered severe and permanent brain damage when his oxygen tube became dislodged. Even though he was in a hospital intensive care unit, the nurse didn’t respond to David’s alarm for almost seven minutes. David's Story#25
Michael (July 28, 2003) - Michael died a totally preventable and needless death because his doctor failed to provide the correct treatment and the hospital was unable to appropriately respond to a cardiac emergency created by the doctor’s negligence.  Michael's Story#24 
Loan (July 21, 2003) - Loan and her family were hit head-on by a drunk driver. Loan’s children received only minor injuries, but Loan wasn’t as lucky—suffering serious facial lacerations and bruises. Loan's
Story #23
 
Lori (July 14, 2003) - When Lori’s car was struck head-on by a drunk driver, her life was forever shattered. Her right lower leg needed to be rebuilt and her jaw was wired shut. She cannot walk or climb stairs without intense pain and she is now relegated to a life of pain and disfigurement. Lori's
Story #22
Marc (July 7, 2003) - Marc was a successful doctor who had an excellent chance of overcoming Hodgkin’s Disease. But when complications developed during a biopsy, Marc’s doctors waited too long stop his severe internal bleeding. Marc died because his doctors delayed performing a simple life-saving procedure. Marc's
Story #21
Alton (June 30, 2003) - Alton was seriously injured while riding his motorcycle—the victim of a negligent driver. Witnesses thought Alton had died in the crash. He suffered severe brain trauma, punctured lungs, fractured ribs, internal injuries, severe open fractures of his left leg, and nerve damage to his left arm. Alton's
Story #20
Don (June 23, 2003) - Don, an electrician, was working at a power company when he was subjected to over 12,000 volts of electricity due to the power company’s negligence. Don should have died--suffering multi-organ failure several times, receiving burns on over 60% of his body and even more damaging internal burns and injuries, and undergoing painful reconstructive surgeries for his face, hands, and bodily integrity. Don's
Story #19
Joe (June 16, 2003) - Unlike most fathers, Joe, who is dying of cancer, will not be able to take care of his family or watch his young son grow up. Joe’s mouth cancer was treatable, but his doctor misdiagnosed his condition—allowing the cancer to grow for two years. Even worse, the doctor later changed Joe’s medical records to cover up his mistakes. Joe's
Story #18
 
Loretta (June 9, 2003) - Loretta, a wife and mother of four children, complained to her OB about lumps in her breasts at two annual checkups. The cancer inside of Loretta grew as her doctor dismissed her complaints. Finally, a year later, tests revealed breast cancer. Despite radical surgery, Loretta’s days with her family are dwindling. Her last days will be filled with debilitating pain because the cancer has spread through her body and to her brain. Because of her doctor’s negligence, Loretta will never see her children grow up. Loretta's
Story #17
Caitlyn (June 2, 2003) - Tiny Caitlyn suffered severe brain damage as a result of oxygen deprivation during her birth. The obstetrician delivering Caitlyn did not recognize that she was in serious fetal distress. At age six, Caitlyn is profoundly disabled and cannot walk or talk. Caitlyn's
Story #16
Marlaina (May 26, 2003) - Eight-year-old Marlaina kept getting sicker and sicker as ammonia built up in her bloodstream. Her condition was treatable, but a key test to investigate the metabolic disorder that Marlaina had was never performed. The test was done too late for Marlaina, who died a slow
and agonizing death.
Marlaina's Story #15
Johnny (May 19, 2003) - died as a result of severe dehydration from vomiting and diarrhea. Johnny’s mother brought him to the hospital emergency room in plenty of time, but his abnormal vital signs and
condition were ignored. Johnny and his mom were forced to wait for almost three hours. Help in the form of a simple IV was less than 50 feet away.
Johnny's
Story #14
Madeline (May 12, 2003) - was forced to undergo unnecessary exploratory surgery to remove a critical part of her small intestine. Her doctors then operated at least four more times--all to correct a problem caused by the unnecessary surgery--taking out over 18 feet of her small intestine. The surgeries nearly cost Madeline her life and have left her to be tube-fed for the remainder of her life. Madeline's Story #13
Paula (May 5, 2003) - underwent cosmetic surgery to correct a breast deformity. She could not know that the doctor recommended to her was ill-qualified for the job. As a result of numerous mistakes by this doctor, Paula was left permanently scarred. Paula's
Story #12
Charles (April 28, 2003) - was misdiagnosed with cancer and underwent needless radition treatments that caused permanent physical damage and left him confined to a wheelchair. After switching hospitals, Charles was told that he never had cancer at all. Charles'
Story #11
Kaitlynn (April 21, 2003) Kaitlynn's Story #10
Marie (April 14, 2003)  Marie's Story #9
Kathleen (April 7, 2003) Kathleen #8
Bill (March 31, 2003) Bill's
Story #7
Ellen (March 24, 2003) Ellen's
Story #6
Monica (March 17, 2003) Monica's
Story #5
Shirley (March 10, 2003) Shirley's
Story #4
Janet (March 3, 2003) Janet's
Story #3
Fuzzy (February 24, 2003) Fuzzy's
Story #2
Heather (February 10, 2003) Heather's Story #1
   

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