Successfully Represented a Doctor Working in the Wisconsin Prison System Who was Accused of Being Indifferent to an Inmate’s Medical Needs

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Amundsen Davis represented a private doctor working in the Wisconsin prison system who was accused of being deliberately indifferent to an inmate’s serious medical needs in violation of the Constitution. The doctor was facing a lawsuit for damages under 42 U.S.C. § 1983. We were successful at getting all claims against our client dismissed at the summary judgment stage. This decision was upheld by the district court during a motion for reconsideration. We also were successful in getting the 7th Circuit to dismiss the appeal after the inmate appealed.


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