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Routine Surgery Kills Young Boy

Ten years after the fact, an Illinois family received a $9 million wrongful death award as the result of a medical malpractice claim against the doctor who operated on their 12-year old son.
Andrew Muno had a surgical procedure done to repair a cut tendon he had on his left arm; he died during surgery.

The Muno family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the surgeon and the anesthesiologist. The road to justice for the Muno’s has been a long and hard one. If they had known about litigation funding in 1999, they would have been able to apply for a lawsuit cash advance while waiting for their verdict and for justice to become a reality.

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