Maryland Doctors Settle Biopsy Death Case

A wrongful death lawsuit against doctors at Franklin Square Hospital, in Baltimore, has been settled, moment before the trial was to begin. The action was filed by Jason Jaworski after his wife Linda died following a medical procedure there.gavel and syringe

According to court filings, Mrs. Jaworksi was taken to the hospital in March, 2014, complaining of high blood pressure, weakness, abdominal pain and problems swallowing. Attorney for Mr. Jaworski alleged that medical personnel misread the symptoms and ordered a kidney biopsy that was unnecessary. Mrs. Jaworkski suffered from severe anemia and was taking anti-coagulants at the time. The biopsy led to uncontrolled bleeding, which ultimately caused Mrs. Jaworski’s death.


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