Peter Meyer and Jay Surdukowski Prevail at Trial
The lawsuit alleged that the physician had not called 911 to arrange for emergency transport to a nearby hospital for a 37-year-old female patient with subtle EKG changes. The defense argued that in the absence of clinical instability, urgent, but not emergent transfer by ambulance was reasonable.
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