Case Results

  • $9 Million
    Birth Injury
    Due to medical corporations' failure to perform a prompt delivery after abnormalities in fetal monitoring, our minor client was born oxygen-deprived and suffered permanent cognitive deficits.
  • $7.5 Million
    Trial Verdict
    After undergoing surgery to have his spleen removed at UIC Medical Center with the DaVinci Robotic Surgical System, a 49-year-old man suffered two puncture holes in an organ several inches away from the spleen due to surgeon error. As a result, our client suffered severe infection that remained undiagnosed for many days and eventually his death. All four defendant surgeons claimed that the injury was not related to the surgery and occurred “spontaneously.” A $7.5 million jury verdict was obtained—no settlement offer was made before trial.
  • $5 Million
    Medical Malpractice
    The firm was able to successfully negotiate a settlement with a local hospital for their alleged failure to diagnose fetal distress resulting in fetal demise.
  • $3.7 Million
    Trial Verdict
    Though a woman was taken for a stress test to Illinois Masonic Hospital due to chest pain/shortness of breath, the test was not completed and she was rescheduled for the following week. Just a few days later, the woman died from advanced coronary artery disease. When the defense refused to meet Mr. McNabola’s settlement demand of $1 million or make any settlement offer, the case went to trial and resulted in a much higher verdict.
  • $3.5 Million
    Trucking Accident

    A Chicago man was driving his vehicle when he was struck from behind by a truck, resulting in a back injury that required surgery. After jury selection started in preparation for trial, the trucking company settled the case for $3.5 million dollars.

  • $3.5 Million
    Birth Injury
    Physicians failed to properly assess the well-being of the fetus when a mother arrived at The University of Chicago Hospital to deliver her child. As a result of the delayed delivery, the child was born with severe brain damage and was eventually taken off life support.

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