$1.275 Million for Misdiagnosis of Ruptured Appendix Resulting in Death of Toddler

Hibbing, MN jury returned a verdict in favor of the parents of a 21 month old boy who died of a ruptured appendix that had been misdiagnosed on two separate occasions in the days prior to his death including an office examination on the day before he died. The jury found the defendant physician's negligence caused the toddler's death and awarded $1.275 million in damages.
Misdiagnosis of ruptured appendix results in death of toddler.
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