$5 Million Settlement in Failure to Promptly Respond to Evidence of Uterine Rupture


$5 million settlement in failure to properly monitor maternal and fetal status; failure to perform a cesarean section delivery in a time sufficient to avoid serious and permanent injury; failure to inform of risks inherent in not promptly performing a cesarean section; and failure to promptly recognize and respond to evidence of uterine rupture.
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