Medical Malpractice & General Injury Legal Cases

Track Record: Verdicts and Settlements

U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico - Settlement of $1,300,000.00 due to neurological damages. (Confidential)

U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico - Settlement of $285,000.00 due to surgical damages.

Court of First Instance, Superior Court for San Juan, P.R. - Settlement of $820,000.00 due to neurological damages. (Confidential).

Court of First Instance, Superior Court for Caguas, P.R. - Court sentence of $150,000.00 due to a 7% of partial disability.

Court of First Instance, Superior Court for Arecibo, P.R. - Settlement of $500,000.00 due to neurological damages.

U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico - Settlement of $500,000.00 due to partial neurological damages.

Court of First Instance, Superior Court for Bayamón, P.R. - Court sentence of $350,000.00 due to partial neurological damages.

Court of First Instance, Superior Court for Aibonito, P.R. - Settlement of $425,000.00 due to surgical damages.

Court of First Instance, Superior Court for San Juan, P.R. - Court sentence of $350,000.00 due to chemical burns.

 

Commercial Litigation

Court of First Instance, Superior Court for San German, P.R. - Court sentence of $1,750,000.00 due to breach of contract.

U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico - Settlement of $325,000.00 due to a infringement of Puerto Rico Dealer’s Act.

Court of First Instance, Superior Court for Humacao, P.R. - Dismissal of a breach of contract action for $900,000.00.

 

Emergency Room (“Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act” or EMTALA)

Sharelis Coriano v.Mennonite GeneralHospital, et al., Civil No. 06-1596 (ADC)

Mayra Millán v. Hospital San Pablo, Civil No. 02-2687 (DRD)

Carolina Morales v. Hospital Auxilio Mutuo, Civil No. 06-1039 (JAG)

Evelyn Sánchez v. HIMA, Civil No. 05-1059 (JP)

Dayleen López v. Doctor’s Hospital, Civil No. 03-1704 (PG)

Yolanda Isaac v. Gilberto Rodríguez, et al., Civil No. 06-1259 (JP)

 

Some of the type of cases managed by Pedro Soler (multiple other types of cases have been managed):

  • Partial or total or permanent damages caused by car accidents
  • Deaths caused by car accidents as a driver, passenger or pedestrian
  • Neurologic cervical damages caused by whiplash
  • Loss of arms, hands or legs due to an accident
  • Loss of sight due to an accident or medical malpractice
  • Damages to the common bile duct or common hepatic duct during a laparoscopic removal of the gallbladder
  • Death caused by intoxication of prescriptions
  • Death due to a lack of early detection of uterus, breast, colon and liver cancer
  • Death due to an accident involving negligence
  • Death caused by other reasons
  • Vaginal damages due to surgery or outpatient procedures
  • Skin damages due to chemicals or prescription drugs
  • Skin damages due to mutilation
  • Internal organ damages such as uterus, intestines, lungs, heart, ureters, prostate, stomach
  • Sepsis and multi-organ damages due to sepsis
  • Unnecessary or contraindicated surgery
  • Unnecessary removal of both ovaries and uterus
  • Total disability and vegetative state due to an allergic reaction to a medicine
  • Deaths due to administration of contraindicated prescriptions
  • Deaths due to lack of medical evaluation and monitoring
  • Total disability due to an explosion
  • Esophagus damages due to a strange body in foods
  • Deaths caused by contraindicated transfusion
  • Hip and femur fractures due to a fall in a nursing home
  • Kidney damages due to incorrect administration of antibiotics and radiological contrast
  • Development of fistula due to an unnecessary surgery
  • Deaths due to lack of stabilization of vital signs
  • Neurological damages and delayed development in a newborn due to lack of oxygen and fetal distress during birth
  • Neurological damages to a newborn due to meconium during birth
  • Neurological damages to a newborn due to “Erb’s Parly” and shoulder dystocia
  • Metastasis of testicular cancer due to a lack of adequate diagnosis and treatment
  • Deaths caused by lack of adequate diagnosis and treatment of a heart attack, myocardial infraction, stroke
  • Fetal death caused by gestational diabetes
  • Fetal death caused by lack of early treatment
  • Acute appendicitis and peritonitis and sepsis due to a lack of adequate diagnosis and treatment
  • Orthopedic surgery to an arm incorrectly performed
  • Intestinal perforation during a colonoscopy