The Bowling Law Firm has obtained many large recoveries on behalf of its clients. The following results do not suggest a potential outcome in a future case, but rather illustrate how The Bowling Law Firm has the ability, willingness, resources, and desire to handle cases of the highest stakes.
Pharmacy error resulting in brain injury.
Trucking accident resulting in two wrongful deaths.
Medical malpractice resulting in anoxic brain injury/cerebral palsy.
Auto repair service error resulting in vehicle rollover and spinal cord injury.
Equine accident resulting in brain injury.
Trucking accident resulting in brain injury.
Medical malpractice resulting in delayed diagnosis of cauda equina syndrome resulting in nerve injury.
EMTALA violation/medical malpractice resulting in failure to treat myocardial infarction.
Nursing malpractice resulting in decubitus ulcer (pressure sore) formation.
Medical malpractice for delayed diagnosis of infected hydronephrosis resulting in amputations.
Plus all future medical and rehabilitation expenses for the injured child’s lifetime. Medical malpractice resulting in birth injury.
Medical malpractice resulting in stillbirth and hysterectomy.
Medical malpractice for negligent ERCP Perforation.
Medical malpractice resulting in abdominal injury.
Hospital error resulting in wrongful death.
Nursing error resulting in anoxic brain injury (statutory maximum).
Trip and fall on hotel resulting in back and knee injuries.
Motorcycle-automobile accident resulting in leg and vertebral fractures.
Medical malpractice for failure to treat hypertension resulting in stroke and wrongful death.
Medical malpractice for failure to diagnose aortic stenosis resulting in wrongful death.
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With offices in New Orleans and Gulfport, the Firm handles personal and catastrophic injury, including brain and spinal cord injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice cases throughout the states of Louisiana and Mississippi. Call our office today to get started asserting your rights. Or, if you prefer, complete the brief online form.