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A Sharp Eye On Justice: Behind Miami Attorney Bo Sharp’s Latest Record-Setting Birth Injury Settlement

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Noted Miami Attorney Richard "Bo" Sharp, Esq. of Mallard & Sharp, P.A. is no stranger to success when it comes to achieving justice and securing fair compensation for victims of birth injury medical malpractice negligence. In 2017, he served as lead counsel in the $33.8 million Dixon v. USA victory, the largest medical malpractice verdict in Florida that year and the largest medical malpractice verdict ever recovered in Miami-Dade County to date. The case involved a male infant who was the victim of malpractice, and as a result suffered severe injuries due to the delivering doctor failing to address a...

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Miami Attorney Richard “Bo” Sharp Secures Rare $12M Federal Tort Settlement After Baby Went 22 Minutes Without Air

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Original Source: Law.com April 11, 2022 at 07:27 AM by Raychel Lean: Miami attorney Richard "Bo" Sharp has negotiated a $12 million settlement with the U.S. government for the family of a newborn baby who suffered severe brain damage after going 22 minutes without breathing, allegedly because of a nurse midwife’s negligence. It’s one of the largest—if not the largest—Federal Torts Claim Act settlements of its kind in Florida, according to lead counsel Richard “Bo” Sharp of Mallard & Sharp in Miami. Sharp credits his success to depositions, in which a nurse midwife reportedly admitted breaching the standard of care...

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Miami Gardens family wins $33.8 million medical malpractice award against federal government

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Community health center patient gets damages for son's brain damage during birth Original Source: By Andrea Torres - Digital Reporter/Producer WPLG Local10.com Posted: 1:51 PM, April 20, 2017 MIAMI - The federal government will have to pay a Miami Gardens family a $33.8 million medical malpractice award in a medical malpractice lawsuit after a judge ruled on Monday that a federally employed doctor's decisions caused a teen's baby boy to suffer irreversible brain damage. U.S. District Judge Robert N. Scola awarded the baby's mother, Marla Dixon, $3.3 million, and the father, Earl Reese-Thornton, $1.1 million for their pain and suffering. Scola awarded $21.7 million for the boy's economic damages...

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