BOSTON'S PREMIER PLAINTIFFS' PERSONAL INJURY & MEDICAL MALPRACTICE LAW FIRM FOR MASSACHUSETTS AND NEW ENGLAND

FIRM HISTORY

Shubow, Stahlin and Bergstresser, PC, where Clyde Bergstresser started his practice, was founded in 1974 by lawyers dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals. From its founding, landmark cases were brought to seek justice for patients suffering the effects of delayed diagnosis of cancer (Glicklich v. Spievack), establishing first in the nation rights for mental patients (Rogers v. Okin), holding the banking industry accountable for predatory practices, seeking recourse for those deprived of fair compensation by bad faith insurance practices as well as legal malpractice. For decades, cases have been successfully brought seeking and obtaining compensation for individuals and families injured by neglect, recklessness and willful misconduct. The lawyers of Bergstresser & Pollock PC continue in that tradition and are widely recognized as some of the most consistently successful plaintiffs' attorneys in New England, achieving extraordinary results.

AWARDS

$9.5 million – quadruple amputation from delay in diagnosing and treating infection after cesarean delivery
$8.0 million – paraplegia from defective car seat restraint system
$7.1 million – a massive post operative infection
$6.6 million – obstetric anesthesia malpractice resulting in coma
$5 million – paralysis after an automobile accident
$5 million – death of a 35 year old wife and mother from delay in diagnosing and treating sepsis
$4.8 million – child injured during labor by delay in performing cesarean delivery
$4.2 million – death of a 7 year old child from the effects of mold
$4 million – death of a 36 year old wife and mother from delay in diagnosing and treating preeclampsia
$3.5 million – death of a 49 year old husband and father from sequelae of perforation during endoscopic procedure
$3.0 million – child injured during labor by delay in performing cesarean delivery
$3.0 million – misdiagnosis of lacuner stroke leads to cardiac embolism and brain damage
$2.85 million – child who suffered an injury to her facial nerve during surgery
$2.75 million – individual died as a result of a delay in diagnosis of esophageal cancer
$2.4 million – construction site liquid propane explosion resulting in permanent injuries
$2.4 million – negligent foster care placement results in fire and severe injuries

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