Medical Malpractice Case Results

Estate of Arthur Perryman vs. SafetyNet Academy (Circuit Court of Dallas County, Alabama)

Arthur Perryman was an 18-year old resident of SafetyNet Academy, a residential treatment and educational facility for boys with psychiatric problems. It was alleged that Arthur became ill and that the Academy personnel failed to get him medical treatment in a timely manner and that this failure resulted in his death.

A wrongful death case was filed on behalf of the Estate of Arthur Perryman and in January of 2011, the case was tried and the jury returned a verdict in favor of the Estate and awarded $3.5 million.

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