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Suzy's Case When Henry Benson, a high profile criminal lawyer known for his unsavory clients, recruits Tug to take over a multimillion dollar lawsuit representing a tragically brain injured child, his instructions are clear get us out of it there is no case Yet the moment Tug meets the disabled but gallant little Suzy and her beautiful, resourceful mother June, all bets are off When his passionate commitment to Suzy s case thrusts him into a surreal, often violent sideshow, the ensuing danger only sharpens his obsession with learning what really happened to Suzy in a Brooklyn hospital Did she suffer from an unpreventable complication from her sickle cell crisis that caused her devastating brain injury Or, did something else happen


10 thoughts on “Suzy's Case

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    Article first published as Book Review Suzy s Case by Andy Siegel on Blogcritics.So many illnesses these days target the young Many live a life that has no resemblance to that of most children, hospitals are their playgrounds and doctors and nurses their friends But what happens when something goes wrong in these playgrounds, the results are generallycatastrophic In Suzy s Case by Andy Siegel, you are taken into the life of a child that has suffered the worst and yet maintain


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    Poor Suzy She is in the hospital fighting her body She has sickle cell disease It is where the sickle cells break apart and die, leaving the person with a shortage of red blood cells Suzy s mother, June has been by Suzy s side every moment The doctor comes to check on Suzy The doctor leaves the room to talk to June when suddenly there is a scream Suzy is in her bed looking like Linda Blair from the Exorcist The next thing, Suzy is confined to a wheelchair for life June filed a malp


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    Originally posted at in a quick, conversational style, Suzy s Case is engaging and unpredictable The main character, Tug Wyler, is an attorney but hardly your garden variety type In Suzy s Case he hastily reveals himself as a quick witted off beat investigator If anyone calls Wyler Mr Sensitivity you can be sure they are being sarcastic He does once in a while let on that he can be a touch soft hearted, but in the main he s tough, sar Originally posted at in a quick, conversational style


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    This book sounded sort of interesting but I wasn t really sure if I would like it or not but I decided to take a chance when asked to review it It was surprising entertaining and witty, so I am glad I took a chance on it.You can tell that the author knows his stuff in this book as he is an attorney an it really brings the personal injury law to life Tug is one of those guys that you want on your side but you really better have a case because he might be gruff and loud mouthed, but he is honest


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    You may also read my review here Wyler is a personal injury lawyer who has taken on cases for a high powered criminal attorney, Henry Benson The problem is, part of the deal with taking these cases, is they re sight unseen andoften than not put Tug in unenviable positions with his client Usually these cases involve felons trying to commit insurance fraud, and Tug would rather get reprimanded by the Office of Professional Conduct than represent You may also read my review here Wyler is a personal inj


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    At one time I thought I might go to law school its what humanities majors did If I did go, I was sure I d do personal injury law it seemed like a way to write some wrongs and do some good for some people who really needed some help I found that I didn t want to go law school so I didn t take this path, but I still find the whole realm interesting filled as it is with sleazebuckets, people trying to cheat the system, and real victims who are victimized all over again by the veritable armi At one time I tho


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    The pivotal event of SUZY S CASE is presented with prologue in a simple, yet heart wrenching manner Suzy is a sweet, precocious sickle cell anemia patient who suddenly takes a turn for the worse In chapter one the reader is fast forwarded a few years and introduced to personal injury attorney lawyer, Tug Wyler Tug has been given Suzy s case to tell her mother, that after an extended period of time, there really is no case since experts say that her severe brain damage and spastic condition The pivotal event of


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    Suzy s Case is the debut thriller by Andy Siegel, but it is so muchLittle Suzy has sickle cell anemia, which is bad enough Then one day in the hospital something happens and now she s brain damaged and has cerebral palsy and is a quadriplegia Her mom June files malpractice with the hospital and the doctor, but cases like these take time.Now, six years later, Tug s boss Benson gives him the case and tells him it s an open and shut case and to get rid of it But after meeting Suzy and lea Suzy s Case is the debut thrill


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    This was an interesting and entertaining read It s the first mystery I ever read about a personal injury and malpractice attorney Tug, the attorney, is quite a character and his marriage is quite entertaining in itself Suzy s mom is an awesome advocate for her daughter and how a mother s love can be a force of nature The supporting characters are also interesting as well as entertaining The mystery kept me interested, and it had a nice pace to it This is the author s debut novel and I thin This was an interesting and enter


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    This book COULD have been a run of the mill legal drama Instead it is a unique drama that pulls you in and takes you for a ride The book is based on a medical malpractice case but don t let that fool you You will become so involved in the characters and plot that you will stay up at night to keep reading Andy Siegel does a great job at keeping you informed and explaining the legalese and medical technicalities you need to know and progressing the story There are points that will make you la This book COULD have been a run of the


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