Lawsuit Alleges Failure to Promptly Treat Fast-Growing Abdominal Cyst Resulted in Newborn’s Death

A wrongful death lawsuit alleges medical negligence cause the death of a newborn.

The lawsuit stems from the 2016 death of a newborn baby. The suit alleges that a doctor failed to promptly take appropriate action when a fast-growing cyst was detected in during a pre-birth ultrasound.

The baby underwent bowel surgery after birth, but was only two days old when she died. The lawsuit says the baby would have survived if the Nebraska doctor had ordered an immediate evaluation of the growth in her bowel and had sent her for treatment before she was given any food.

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