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Obtained Early Dismissal for Clients Accused of Deliberate Indifference to Plaintiff’s Medical Need

Nurse Practitioner; Physician

Primary Issue:
42 USC 1983 – Claims of Deliberate Indifference to Serious Medical Need and Retaliation

Benefit of Using Chapman Law Group:
Chapman Law Group (CLG) was able to secure an early dismissal of the case under Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(6) due to deficiencies in the Complaint.

The Court dismissed all claims against our clients, determining that an ingrown toenail was not a serious medical need. The Court also determined that the facts—including Plaintiff’s admitted refusal of the medical care offered and his disagreement with the treatment plan—did not provide a basis for a deliberate indifference claim. Likewise, Plaintiff did not allege sufficient facts to support a retaliation claim.

Area of law:
Correctional Medicine
Civil Rights

Carly Van Thomme

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