Mr. Hare was named as a partner in the Firm.
Successful defense of a gastroenterologist where the allegation was failure to timely identify a neuroendocrine carcinoma of the small bowel.
Successful defense of a family care practitioner in a case where the allegation was Digoxin toxicity, causing patient’s death.
Defense verdict on behalf of a colorectal surgeon where the allegation was a failure to identify cancer on colonoscopy which led to a delay in diagnosis by 25 months and the development into Stage IV colon cancer.
Defense verdict on behalf of two Hospitalist Physicians where the allegation was the failure to timely diagnose and treat a mediastinal mass, leading to the patient’s death.
Dismissal of two OB/GYNs where the allegation was a failure to timely identify and treat intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR).
Successful defense of a general surgeon where the allegation was a failure to timely identify and treat a bowel perforation at the time of a hernia repair.
Dismissal obtained for an urgent care physician’s assistant where the underlying allegation was a failure to timely diagnose and treat an evolving, acute coronary syndrome which led to the patient’s demise.
Successful defense of a plastic surgeon in a case where the allegation was a delay in timely identifying and treating a MRSA infection leading to a destructive process in the patient’s spine. The patient alleged permanent neurologic disability as a result of this.
Successful defense of a pulmonologist where the allegation was that the patient received an excess amount of Prednisone, resulting in steroid-induced myopathy.
Successful defense of an emergency department physician where the allegation was failure to timely identify and treat an emergent stroke. The patient claimed permanent neurologic deficits as a result of this.
Successful defense of a pathologist who allegedly misdiagnosed a patient with cancer, leading to extensive surgery which ultimately resulted in the patient’s death.
Successful defense of an OB/GYN where the allegation was transection of a ureter during a total abdominal hysterectomy, resulting in permanent injury.
Successful defense of an OB/GYN for a birth injury case where the allegation is delay in delivery resulted in permanent brain damage.
Defense verdict in Montgomery County on behalf of a long-standing, Maryland-based fuel delivery company who Plaintiff alleged failed to timely respond to a leak of home heating oil.
Defense Verdict on behalf of a primary care physician where Plaintiff, decedent’s son, alleged the physician failed to timely identify and treat his mother for her chest pain. Plaintiff alleged failure to identify this led to a heart attack and his mother’s death.
Defense Verdict on behalf of a cardiologist in a case where Plaintiff alleged she was over-prescribed Lovenox, leading to a brain hemorrhage.
Successful defense of an OB/GYN for a birth injury case where the allegation is excessive traction during delivery led to a permanent brachial plexus palsy.
Mr. McKee was named as one of the nation’s “Lawyers of Distinction” for his work in the area of Medical Malpractice.
After receiving a case where an adverse Medicare violation had already been adjudicated against several health care providers, the Firm intervened and obtained a reversal of the decision and a finding that the health care providers complied with the applicable standard of care in treating the patient.
Dismissal obtained for Emergency Room Physician accused of failing to timely diagnose foot wound, resulting in a below the knee amputation.
Dismissal obtained for an orthopedic surgeon where underlying allegation is failure to properly perform surgery for a partial tear of the right biceps tendon, resulting in multiple subsequent surgeries and permanent injury.
Successful defense of a cardiologist where underlying allegation is failure to timely detect and treat a patient with a pulmonary embolism, resulting in her death.
Successful defense of an ophthalmologist where it is alleged that negligently performed cataract surgery resulted in decreased visual acuity, subsequent surgeries and legal blindness.
Directed Verdict at trial in favor of an orthopedic surgeon accused of failing to properly treat a compound ankle fracture, resulting in subsequent surgical treatment and permanent impairment.
Successful defense of a wound care center accused of failing to timely diagnose and treat a patient with ulcers, leading to an above-the-knee amputation.
Dismissal of a Hospitalist group accused of failing to timely diagnose a mediastinal mass, leading to the death of a patient.