Brandon E. Vaughn
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Brandon Vaughn is a rising force in the medical malpractice legal arena. He has won large settlements for a wide range of client cases. These include a $4.5 million settlement resulting from a birth injury case in which an otherwise healthy baby suffered severe and permanent neurological damage when a hospital and nurse/midwife made the decision to let the mother’s labor continue in a manner which harmed the baby. It is but one example of numerous successes he’s achieved on behalf of his clients.
Brandon also tries Personal Injury and Product Liability cases. In addition to serving as Co-Chair of the firm’s Diversity Committee, and as a member of the Mentoring and Hiring Committees, Brandon also provides pro bono representation to clients in the areas of family law and immigration law. Outside of his legal practice, Brandon spends his spare time mentoring youth in the Twin Cities and playing a wide variety of sports including softball, tennis, basketball, and golf.
- U.S. District Court, Minnesota
- Named a “North Star Lawyer” by the Minnesota State Bar Association for providing at least 50 hours of pro bono legal services (2014-2016)
- Named a “Minnesota Rising Star,” Super Lawyers (2013-2015)
Brandon E. Vaughn Case Results
Description of Incident
Description of Damages
Description of Awards
Description of Incident Hospital and nurse/midwife allowed a mother’s labor to continue in a manner that injured the baby.Description of Damages Resulted in newborn child suffering severe and permanent neurological damage.Description of Awards $4.5 million settlement.
Description of Incident Neurologist failed to order MRI scan in a timely manner in order to rule out a tumor.Description of Damages Resulted in permanent vision loss due to optic nerve damage caused by the tumor.Description of Awards $1.6 million settlement.
Description of Incident Client’s foot became badly infected after his wound was not properly cared for.Description of Damages Resulted in required below-the-knee amputation.Description of Awards $300,000 settlement.