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The doctor was 60% responsible for this guys death? Really?
A jury has awarded a Georgia woman $3 million over her husband's heart attack, finding that his doctor should have warned the Atlanta cop against strenuous activity like the three-way sex he was having at the time he died, WXIA-TV reports.
William Martinez, a 31-year-old Atlanta police officer, collapsed and died while he and a male friend were having sex with a woman who was not his wife at an Atlanta airport motel in 2009.
The jury on Friday found that Dr. Sreenivasulu Gangasani and the Cardiovascular Group were 60% to blame for Martinez's death from atheroschlerotic coronary artery disease, agreeing with the plaintiff that the doctor did not properly diagnose and treat Martinez for high blood pressure, chest pains, shortness of breath and irregular heartbeat.
They also charged that Gangasani did not warn Martinez to avoid strenuous physical activity until more tests could be done...........
A jury awarded $3 million to the widow of a man who died having sex, saying the doctor should have warned against strenuous activity.
that's rediculous. Just another example of someone blaming someone else for their own problems.
I'm not one for lawsuits that have no merit (who is?), but you guys may be jumping the gun. We put a lot of trust in doctors, and if the doctor gave him a clean bill of health, or no restrictions, with those symptoms, I can understand the settlement.
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