Complaint 3 - Med Mal Suit for Healing Arts and Respondeat Superior

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Complaint at Law

John G. Kelly, Gregory R. Ignoffo, Law Offices of John G. Kelly, P.C., 100 W. Monroe-19th Floor, Chicago, Illinois 60603, (312) 346-3390, Fax: (312) 346-6549, Attorney No: 33665, Joseph Degrado, Law Offices of John G. Kelly, P.C., Attorneys for Plaintiff.

NOW COMES the Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado, by and through her attorneys, the Law Offices of John G. Kelly, P.C., for her Complaint At Law against Defendants Russell P. Nockels, M.D.; Unknown Physicians; Loyola University Medical Center; Loyola University Health System; and, Loyola University Physician Foundation, states as follows:

COUNT I - Healing Art Malpractice - Russell P. Nockels, M.D.

1. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado was a resident of Palos Hills, Cook County, Illinois.

2. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Loyola University Health System, was a healthcare corporation operating and otherwise doing business in Cook County, Illinois.

3. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Loyola University Health System owned and/or operated Defendant Loyola University Medial Center, a hospital operating and otherwise doing business in Maywood, Cook County, Illinois.

4. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Loyola University Physician Foundation, was a healthcare corporation operating and otherwise doing business in Cook County, Illinois.

5. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Russell P. Nockels, M.D. was a duly licensed physician working and otherwise providing patient care to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado through Defendant Loyola University Physician Foundation at Defendant Loyola University Medical Center operated by Defendant Loyola University Health System.

6. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendants Unknown Physicians were duly licensed physicians working and otherwise providing patient care to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado through Defendant Loyola University Physician Foundation at Defendant Loyola University Medical Center operated by Defendant Loyola University Health System.

7. On or about September 19, 2007 Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado presented at Loyola University Medical Center and underwent a posterior C2 through C7 laminectomy and decompression surgery performed by Defendant Russell P. Nockels, M.D.

8. On or about September 19, 2007 Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado suffered an intra-operative injury causing compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome.

9. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Russell P. Nockels, M.D. provided medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado.

10. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Russell P. Nockels, M.D. had a duty to provide medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in a manner consistent with the prevailing standards of care within the community.

11. Notwithstanding said duty, Defendant Russell P. Nockels, M.D., was negligent and violated the standard of care in providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in one or more of the following ways:

a. Caused an intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

b. Failed to timely recognize the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

c. Failed to timely diagnose the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome; and,

d. Failed to timely treat the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome.

12. As a direct and proximate result of one or more of the foregoing negligent acts and/or omissions by Defendant Russell P. Nockels, M.D., Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado was injured, endured past and future pain and suffering, incurred past and future medical bills, lost wages, was disfigured, disabled and has otherwise suffered the loss of a normal life.

13. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiffs Counsel pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a)2 attesting to the inability to obtain a consultation required by 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a) 1 as the statute of limitations is impending and would impair this action and that the requisite consultation could not be obtained before the expiration of the statute of limitations.

14. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Attorney pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 222(b).

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado demands that judgment be entered in her favor and against Defendant Russell P. Nockels, M.D. in an amount in excess of the jurisdictional amount of this Court.

COUNT II -Healing Art Malpractice - Unknown Physicians

1-8. Plaintiff restates and re-alleges paragraphs one (1) through eight (8) of Count I of this Complaint as though fully stated and set forth herein as paragraphs one (1) through eight (8) of this Count II.

9. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Unknown Physicians provided medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado.

10. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendants Unknown Physicians had a duty to provide medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in a manner consistent with the prevailing standards of care within the community.

11. Notwithstanding said duty, Defendants Unknown Physicians were negligent and violated the standard of care in providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in one or more of the following ways:

a. Caused an intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

b. Failed to timely recognize the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

c. Failed to timely diagnose the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome; and,

d. Failed to timely treat the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome.

12. As a direct and proximate result of one or more of the foregoing negligent acts and/or omissions by Defendants Unknown Physicians, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado was injured, endured past and future pain and suffering, incurred past and future medical bills, lost wages, was disfigured, disabled and has otherwise suffered the loss of a normal life.

13. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Counsel pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a)2 attesting to the inability to obtain a consultation required by 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a) 1 as the statute of limitations is impending and would impair this action and that the requisite consultation could not be obtained before the expiration of the statute of limitations.

14. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Attorney pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 222(b).

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado demands that judgment be entered in her favor and against Defendants Unknown Physicians' in an amount in excess of the jurisdictional amount of this Court.

COUNT III -Healing Art Malpractice -Loyola University Health System -Respondea Superior Russell P. Nockels, M.D.

1-9. Plaintiff restates and re-alleges paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of Count I of this Complaint as though fully stated and set forth herein as paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of this Count III.

10. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Russell P. Nockels, M.D. was, or was held out as, an employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, of Loyola University Health System and was otherwise operating in the course and scope of said employment and/or agency while providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado.

11. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Loyola University Health System, by and through its employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, Russell P. Nockels, M.D. had a duty to provide medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in a manner consistent with the prevailing standards of care within the community.

12. Notwithstanding said duty, Defendant Loyola Health System, by and through its employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, Russell P. Nockels, M.D. was negligent and violated the standard of care in providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in one or more of the following ways:

a. Caused an intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

b. Failed to timely recognize the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

c. Failed to timely diagnose the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome; and,

d. Failed to timely treat the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome.

13. As a direct and proximate result of one or more of the foregoing negligent acts and/or omissions by Defendant Loyola University Health System, by and through its employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, Russell P. Nockels, M.D., Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado was injured, endured past and future pain and suffering, incurred past and future medical bills, lost wages, was disfigured, disabled and has otherwise suffered the loss of a normal life.

14. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Counsel pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a)2 attesting to the inability to obtain a consultation required by 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a) 1 as the statute of limitations is impending and would impair this action and that the requisite consultion could not be obtained before the expiration of the statute of limitations.

15. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiffs Attorney pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 222(b).

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado demands that judgment be entered in her favor and against Defendant Loyola University Health System in an amount in excess of the jurisdictional amount of this Court.

COUNT IV -Healing Art Malpractice -Loyola University Health System -Respondeat Superior Unknown Physicians

1-9. Plaintiff restates and re-alleges paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of Count II of this Complaint as though fully stated and set forth herein as paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of this Count IV.

10. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendants Unknown Physicians were, or were held out as, employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, of Loyola University Health System and were otherwise operating in the course and scope of said employment and/or agency while providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado.

11. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Loyola University Health System, by and through its employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, Unknown Physicans had a duty to provide medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in a manner consistent with the prevailing standards of care within the community.

12. Notwithstanding said duty, Defendant Loyola University Health System, by and through its employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, Unknown Physicians were negligent and violated the standard of care in providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in one or more of the following ways:

a. Caused an intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

b. Failed to timely recognize the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

c. Failed to timely diagnose the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome; and,

d. Failed to timely treat the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome.

13. As a direct and proximate result of one or more of the foregoing negligent acts and/or omissions by Defendant Loyola University Health System, by and through its employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, Unknown Physicians, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado was injured, endured past and future pain and suffering, incurred past and future medical bills, lost wages, was disfigured, disabled and has otherwise suffered the loss of a normal life.

14. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Counsel pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a)2 attesting to the inability to obtain a consultation required by 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a) 1 as the statute of limitations is impending and would impair this action and that the requisite consultation could not be obtained before the expiration of the statute of limitations.

15. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Attorney pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 222(b).

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado demands that judgment be entered in her favor and against Defendant Loyola University Health System in an amount in excess of the jurisdictional amount of this Court.

COUNT V - Healing Art Malpractice - Loyola University Medical Center - Respondeat Superior - Russell P. Nockels, M.D.

1-9. Plaintiff restates and re-alleges paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of Count I of this Complaint as though fully stated and set forth herein as paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of this Count V.

10. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Russell P. Nockels, M.D. was, or was held out as, an employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, of Loyola University Medical Center and was otherwise operating in the course and scope of said employment and/or agency while providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado.

11. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Loyola University Medical Center, by and through its employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, Russell P. Nockels, M.D. had a duty to provide medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in a manner consistent with the prevailing standards of care within the community.

12. Notwithstanding said duty, Defendant Loyola University Medical Center, by and through its employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, Russell P. Nockels, M.D. was negligent and violated the standard of care in providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in one or more of the following ways:

a. Caused an intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

b. Failed to timely recognize the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

c. Failed to timely diagnose the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome; and,

d. Failed to timely treat the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome.

13. As a direct and proximate result of one or more of the foregoing negligent acts and/or omissions by Defendant Loyola University Medical Center, by and through its employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, Russell P. Nockels, M.D., Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado was injured, endured past and future pain and suffering, incurred past and future medical bills, lost wages, was disfigured, disabled and has otherwise suffered the loss of a normal life.

14. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Counsel pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a)2 attesting to the inability to obtain a consultation required by 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a) 1 as the statute of limitations is impending and would impair this action and that the requisite consultation could not be obtained before the expiration of the statute of limitations.

15. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Attorney pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 222(b).

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado demands that judgment be entered in her favor and against Defendant Loyola University Medical Center in an amount in excess of the jurisdictional amount of this Court.

count vi -healing art malpractice -loyola university medical center -respondeat superior -unknown physicians

1-9. Plaintiff restates and re-alleges paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of Count II of this Complaint as though fully stated and set forth herein as paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of this Count VI.

10. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendants Unknown Physicians were, or were held out as, employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, of Loyola University Medical Center and were otherwise operating in the course and scope of said employment and/or agency while providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado.

11. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Loyola University Medical Center, by and through its employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, Unknown Physicans had a duty to provide medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in a manner consistent with the prevailing standards of care within the community.

12. Notwithstanding said duty, Defendant Loyola University Medical Center, by and through its employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, Unknown Physicians were negligent and violated the standard of care in providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in one or more of the following ways:

a. Caused an intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

b. Failed to timely recognize the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

c. Failed to timely diagnose the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome; and,

d. Failed to timely treat the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome.

13. As a direct and proximate result of one or more of the foregoing negligent acts and/or omissions by Defendant Loyola University Medical Center, by and through its employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, Unknown Physicians, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado was injured, endured past and future pain and suffering, incurred past and future medical bills, lost wages, was disfigured, disabled and has otherwise suffered the loss of a normal life.

14. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Counsel pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a)2 attesting to the inability to obtain a consultation required by 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a) 1 as the statute of limitations is impending and would impair this action and that the requisite consultation could not be obtained before the expiration of the statute of limitations.

15. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Attorney pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 222(b).

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado demands that judgment be entered in her favor and against Defendant Loyola University Medical Center in an amount in excess of the jurisdictional amount of this Court.

COUNT VII -Healing Art Malpractice -Loyola University Physician Foundation - Respondeat Superior - Russell P. Nockels, M.D.

1-9. Plaintiff restates and re-alleges paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of Count I of this Complaint as though fully stated and set forth herein as paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of this Count VII.

10. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Russell P. Nockels, M.D. was, or was held out as, an employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, of Loyola University Physician Foundation and was otherwise operating in the course and scope of said employment and/or agency while providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado.

11. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Loyola University Physician Foundation, by and through its employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, Russell P. Nockels, M.D. had a duty to provide medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in a manner consistent with the prevailing standards of care within the community.

12. Notwithstanding said duty, Defendant Loyola University Physician Foundation, by and through its employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, Russell P. Nockels, M.D. was negligent and violated the standard of care in providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in one or more of the following ways:

a. Caused an intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

b. ailed to timely recognize the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

c. Failed to timely diagnose the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome; and,

d. Failed to timely treat the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome.

13. As a direct and proximate result of one or more of the foregoing negligent acts and/or omissions by Defendant Loyola University Physician Foundation, by and through its employee and/or agent, apparent or otherwise, Russell P. Nockels, M.D., Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado was injured, endured past and future pain and suffering, incurred past and future medical bills, lost wages, was disfigured, disabled and has otherwise suffered the loss of a normal life.

14. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Counsel pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a)2 attesting to the inability to obtain a consultation required by 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a) 1 as the statute of limitations is impending and would impair this action and that the requisite consultation could not be obtained before the expiration of the statute of limitations.

15. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Attorney pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 222(b).

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado demands that judgment be entered in her favor and against Defendant Loyola University Physician Foundation in an amount in excess of the jurisdictional amount of this Court.

COUNT VIII - Healing Art Malpractice - Loyola University Medical Center - Respondeat Superior - Unknown Physicians

1-9. Plaintiff restates and re-alleges paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of Count II of this Complaint as though fully stated and set forth herein as paragraphs one (1) through nine (9) of this Count VIII.

10. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendants Unknown Physicians were, or were held out as, employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, of Loyola University Physician Foundation and were otherwise operating in the course and scope of said employment and/or agency while providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado.

11. On or about September 19, 2007, and at all times material, Defendant Loyola University Physician Foundation, by and through its employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, Unknown Physicans had a duty to provide medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in a manner consistent with the prevailing standards of care within the community.

12. Notwithstanding said duty, Defendant Loyola University Physician Foundation, by and through its employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, Unknown Physicians were negligent and violated the standard of care in providing medical care and treatment to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado in one or more of the following ways:

a. Caused an intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

b. Failed to timely recognize the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome;

c. Failed to timely diagnose the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome; and,

d. Failed to timely treat the intraoperative injury to Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado resulting in compromise of his cervical spine stability resulting in his development of Drop Head Syndrome.

13. As a direct and proximate result of one or more of the foregoing negligent acts and/or omissions by Defendant Loyola University Physician Foundation, by and through its employees and/or agents, apparent or otherwise, Unknown Physicians, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado was injured, endured past and future pain and suffering, incurred past and future medical bills, lost wages, was disfigured, disabled and has otherwise suffered the loss of a normal life.

14. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Counsel pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a)2 attesting to the inability to obtain a consultation required by 735 ILCS 5/2-622 (a) as the statute of limitations is impending and would impair this action and that the requisite consultation could not be obtained before the expiration of the statute of limitations.

15. Attached hereto is the Affidavit of Plaintiff's Attorney pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 222(b).

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff Joseph DeGrado demands that judgment be entered in her favor and against Defendant Loyola University Medical Center in an amount in excess of the jurisdictional amount of this Court.

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