Case results

At Mitchell & Simopoulos, we have a track record of excellent results. Examples of Defense Verdicts are as follows:
2024

Defense Verdict APRIL 3, 2024 — Defense verdict for an anesthesiologist after a three-day jury trial in a case where plaintiff alleged failure to properly recognize and treat apnea during a lower back procedure which resulted in a hypoxic brain injury. (Fairfax, VA).

2024

Defense Verdict March 13, 2024 — Defense verdict for an orthopedic surgeon after plaintiff alleged the defendant orthopedist mismanaged a crush injury to his right foot resulting in permanent pain and disability. (Prince William County, VA).

2024

Defense Verdict February 6, 2024 — Defense verdict for hospital client after two-day jury trial in a case alleging premises liability. (Chesterfield, VA).

2023

Defense Verdict November 16, 2023 — Defense verdict for orthopedic surgeon after four day jury trial in case alleging failure to properly manage wrist fracture. (Loudoun, VA).

2023

Defense Verdict August 2, 2023 — Defense verdict for gastroenterologist after a three-day jury trial in a case alleging failure to diagnose cancer. (Fairfax, VA).

2023

Defense Verdict June 26, 2023 — Defense verdict for radiology defendants after nine-day trial in case alleging delayed diagnosis of breast cancer. (Norfolk, VA).

2023

Defense Verdict April 7, 2023 — Defense verdict for an ob/gyn following a seven-day trial where plaintiff alleged failure to diagnose gestational hypertension and preeclampsia and resulted in a stillbirth. (Fairfax, VA).

2023

March 20, 2023 — Summary judgment granted immediately before trial for an ophthalmologist where plaintiff alleged improper performance of a lens exchange procedure (Culpeper, VA).

2022

Defense Verdict November 16, 2022 — Defense verdict for radiologist after 4 day trial in which plaintiff alleged that radiologist overlooked an infection of the sternoclavicular joint on a neck CT. Plaintiff alleged that as a result of 4-day delay in diagnosis, the plaintiff had to endure a prolonged IV antibiotic course, hospitalization, and multiple I&D surgeries to cure her of the staph infection. (Prince William, VA).

DISCLAIMER REQUIRED BY VIRGINIA STATE BAR RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT: Results of cases are dependent upon a variety of factors and circumstances unique to each case. The above-listed case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future case undertaken by Mitchell & Simopoulos.