Paul M. da Costa Mentioned in NJLJ Article, “2M Settlement Over Claims That Doctor Failed to Diagnose Condition Leading to Paralysis.”

May 07, 2024

By Charles Toutant for New Jersey Law Journal
May 6, 2024

Paul M. da Costa, partner and chair of the firm’s Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury departments, discussed the $2M settlement he secured for his client

The physician said he instructed the patient to see an oncologist or a primary care doctor after seeing the MRI results, but the patient disputed that claim, according to plaintiffs attorney Paul da Costa.

A New Jersey pain management specialist whose patient was rendered paraplegic after he failed to make a timely diagnosis of a growth on the spine has agreed to a $2 million settlement in a Middlesex County medical malpractice suit.

Arik Mizrachi of Princeton Orthopaedic Associates deviated from accepted standards of pain management care and treatment when providing care for John Ulianko, according to plaintiffs attorney Paul da Costa of Snyder Sarno D’Aniello Maceri & da Costa in Roseland.

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