Surgery Patient's Excessive Fentanyl Dose Case Settles for $3.35M
The patient was put on life support after receiving an excessive dose of an opioid drug.
The family of a woman who died after routine surgery has agreed to a $3.35 million settlement of her Middlesex County medical malpractice suit, Holland v. Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Somerset. The settlement was approved in Superior Court in November 2020.
According to the suit, Maria Joyce Holland, 48, was on life support after receiving an excessive dose of an opioid drug.
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