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A plaintiff attorney successfully argued that a teen-ager with a head injury, who was admitted to the neurological intensive care unit at a Level One Trauma Center in Washington, DC, should have had continuous intracranial monitoring as this was the legal standard of care, despite some compelling evidence to the contrary.

Did MD fail to give new treatment? It might be just the evidence patient needs to sue