Plaintiff Halacy brought suit for a rape suffered at the hands of Defendant Steen at a fraternity party. Plaintiff’s expert Robinson provided information at deposition regarding the psychological damages (PTSD) brought on by the rape and the Plaintiff's anticipated need for psychological treatment to resolve her rape trauma. A confidential settlement was obtained.
Paul Dumas, Esq.
Plaintiff French brought civil suit against the Sheriff’s Office for their treatment of her after a routine arrest. The Plaintiff was strip-searched and alleged additional indignities. Plaintiff's attorney retained Dr. Charles Robinson to evaluate the Plaintiff. Plaintiff French was found to have suffered significant trauma as a result of Defendant's conduct. A confidential settlement favorable to the Plaintiff was obtained.
Plaintiff was struck on the head by a golf ball. Traditional medical tests did not demonstrate serious or long lasting trauma. The Plaintiff retained Dr. Charles Robinson who examined the Plaintiff and provided information based on his examination and psychological tests demonstrating the extent of the Plaintiff's injuries. A pre-trial settlement of $75,000 was reached.
Eric Mehnert, Esq.
Ms. Oakes was the
daughter of an instructor at the
James Mitchell, Esq.
Suit was brought by
the Estate of Mr. S who suicided by carbon monoxide and an overdose of
medication prescribed by the Defendant psychiatrist employed by the Defendant
institution. The late Mr. S had
been seen by the psychiatrist hours before his suicide. All medical malpractice cases in testate
Christopher Nyhan, Esq.
Mr. H received an
injection of the anesthetic Marcaine in the course of a routine medical
procedure. He experienced a vasovagal
response. All medical malpractice
cases in the State of
New England Rehabilitation Hospital
Cumberland County Superior Court Maine
Plaintiff Ashey sought damages from the Defendant
institution for psychological injuries suffered as a result of a
fall in an allegedly malfunctioning elevator. In deposition,
expert testimony by Dr. Charles Robinson addressed the issue
of differentiating trauma caused by the alleged negligence from
the trauma inherent in the Plaintiff's longstanding quadriplegia.
The psychological meaning to the
Plaintiff of the injury occurring in a hospital where he sought
treatment was an important factor in bringing about a favorable
James Mitchell, Esq.
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