Phyllis P. Ryan

Phyllis P. Ryan

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Medical Malpractice Attorney in Springfield, MA

Pellegrini, Seeley, Ryan & Blakesley, P.C.
 | 1145 Main Street, Suite 308
Springfield, MA 01103
Phone: 413-785-5300
Fax: 413-731-0626
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2014 - 2016, 2019
Licensed Since: 1981
Practice Areas:
  • Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff (80%),
  • Personal Injury - Products: Plaintiff (10%),
  • Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff (10%)
Attorney Profile
Phyllis P. Ryan, a partner in the law firm, Pellegrini, Seeley, Ryan & Blakesley, P.C., is a former registered nurse licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Connecticut. During the last 33 years, Attorney Ryan has focused on the area of medical malpractice. Her nursing background gives her an invaluable ability to understand complicated issues in medical diagnosis and treatment. This expertise and experience allow Attorney Ryan to identify aspects of care or failure of care that may have caused a client's personal injury or medical malpractice. In 1999, Attorney Ryan obtained a $5 million settlement on a medical malpractice case. Attorney Ryan also handles personal injury cases in Massachusetts and Connecticut. She is a member of the ABA, MBA, Hampden County Bar Association, ATLA, and MATA.

About Phyllis Ryan

Admitted: 1981, Massachusetts

Professional Webpage: https://www.psrblaw.com/attorneys/phyllis-p-ryan

Verdicts/Settlements:

  • $5 Million Settlement- The plaintiff went to an internist complaining of pain radiating down her legs.  The plaintiff claimed that the internist suggested exercises and prescribed Tylenol with codeine, but did not perform any diagnostic tests or studies.  The following day, the plaintiff returned to the health care group complaining of increased pain and weakness in her legs.  At that time, the plaintiff was seen by a physician's assistant who allegedly prescribed a muscle relaxant even though the plaintiff had no relief from Tylenol.  The plaintiff claimed that neither diagnostic studies that neither diagnostic studies nor neurological evaluation were performed.  The next day the plaintiff complained her legs were giving our from under her.  When she was seen by another physician, she had marked decreased range of motions in all parameters.  The plaintiff claimed that she was given another muscle relaxant, but did not undergo any diagnostic testing.  The following day the plaintiff was transported by ambulance to a local hospital where a CAT scan revealed a large epidural mass at L4-5 in the mid-line.  She was immediately transferred to another facility where she underwent a lumbar discectomy and laminectomy.  Following surgery, the plaintiff was left with a severe cauda aquina.  The plaintiff, a mother of three, is now a residual paraparetic with sensory motor deficit of the bowel and bladder.  She has chronic low extremity pain and has limited ability to mobilize without crutches and is mostly confined to a wheelchair for ambulation. 
Office Location for Phyllis P. Ryan

1145 Main Street
Suite 308
Springfield, MA 01103

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Last Updated: 8/5/2019

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