The attorneys at Pastore & Dailey LLC represented a federal prisoner in a case against the United States of America on a pro bono basis. The firm was asked to represent the client (who had been acting on a pro se basis) by a Connecticut District Court Judge. The matter involved complex issues of medical malpractice and wrongful death. Overcoming the Government’s sovereign immunity challenges, Pastore & Dailey LLC was able to secure a very significant settlement for its client.
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