John Langhenry successfully defended a psychiatrist and attending physician who did not order various tests that were recommended by a consultant urologist when the urologist identified an enlarged irregular prostate during a digital rectal exam while patient was an inpatient during a hospital admission. The defense argued that an earlier diagnosis of the metastasized prostate cancer which was found 9 months later would not have changed the outcome and death.
- Jury Returns Verdict in favor of Hospital and Emergency Medicine Physicians
- Judge Grants Summary Judgment in favor of Hospital and Emergency Medicine Physician
- Jury Returns Verdict in favor of Health System and Family Practice Physician
- Victory on Claims of Excessive Force Against Task Force Members
- Radiologist not guilty of failing to diagnose lung cancer in a 40-year-old male which resulted in his death and, who was survived by a wife and 4 children
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