Georgia Appeals Panel: Delay At Emergency Room May Have Caused Man's Injury

Georgia Appeals Panel: Delay At Emergency Room May Have Caused Man's Injury

ATLANTA - The Georgia Court of Appeals on Nov. 28 overturned summary judgment for the defendants in a medical malpractice action, concluding that the plaintiffs presented evidence showing that a delay in proper medical attention led to a man's finger being amputated (Ryan S. Dailey, et al. v. Dr. Gihan Abdul-Samed, et al.,  No. A12A1109, Ga. App.; 2012 Ga. App. LEXIS 1002).

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