Civ. A. No. 2132-68.

335 F.Supp. 1221 (1971)

George W. ROSE, Jr., an infant, by and through his father and next friend, George W. Rose and George W. Rose, Plaintiffs, v. Arcadius H. HAKIM and Weston Bruner, Jr., et al., Defendants.

United States District Court, District of Columbia.

November 10, 1971.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

J. Joseph Barse, Washington, D. C., for plaintiffs.

Denver H. Graham, Washington, D. C., for Arcadius H. Hakim.

J. Harry Welch, Washington, D. C., for Associated Anesthesiologists.

John L. Laskey, Diane M. Sullivan, Washington, D. C., for Washington Hospital Center.


WILLIAM B. JONES, District Judge.

By an amended complaint this medical malpractice action was brought by plaintiffs against Arcadius H. Hakim, an ear, nose and throat surgeon (Hakim), a number of physicians practicing medicine in partnership as anesthesiologists (Associated Anesthesiologists) and the Washington Hospital Center (Hospital). The plaintiffs are George W. Rose, Jr. (infant plaintiff) and his father George W. Rose (father plaintiff) who...


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