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Baseball Pitcher Injures Elbow, Nerve Severed In Surgery (access required)

Type of Action: Medical Malpractice Description: Plaintiff had suffered an elbow injury as a result of being a baseball pitcher. He decided to have the Tommy John Procedure. During the course of the surgery, the surgeon mistook the median nerve for the palmaris longus tendon and severed the nerve in plaintiff's dominant pitching arm. Plaintiff continues ...

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