The case involved an individual who went into the hospital for a gastroenterological procedure whereby a scope was placed through the individual’s mouth in order to view the common bile duct. The allegations were that this patient was given at least two times the normal anesthesia in order to perform the procedure. As a result, she went into cardiac arrest. The allegations were further made that the cardiac arrest was not recognized in a timely manner. As a result, the patient suffered some level of brain injury, although the patient continued to be functional, after her rehabilitation. After several months of intense litigation, and after hiring some of the top experts from Ivy League universities, the matter settled just prior to trial. The clients were very pleased with the settlement, and the money has been used to set the clients up for life.