Terry Garmey and Christian Foster achieved a 1.9 million dollar settlement against the United States Government in a medical malpractice case arising out of a federally-funded healthcare clinic’s failure to diagnose their client’s childhood cancer promptly. “No amount of money can adequately compensate a young girl who, because of a medical error, will not walk down the aisle on her wedding day,” Garmey said. “The trust we have established for Wynter with this settlement will give Wynter the best chance to overcome her disability with hard work and good medical care. But her trust will be inadequate unless another care provider contributes to Wynter’s future care. We intend to make this happen.” Indeed, following the medical error paralysis settlement with the government, Foster and Garmey also satisfactorily resolved their client’s claims against other defendants in a second, confidential settlement. Read more at WGME.
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