Man died while engaged in a threesome – His doctor blamed

Posted By Staff

Date: June 1st, 2012

Category: Nutty News

According to information released by Atlanta law firm Edmond and Lindsay, the 31-year-old father of two visited a Gwinnett cardiologist complaining of “increasing episodes of new chest pain that radiated into his arm.” The cardiologist, Dr. Sreenivasulu Gangasani of CardioVascular Group, determined that the man was at “high risk” of having clogged heart arteries and ordered a nuclear stress test to be done eight days later, the firm said.

One day before the scheduled test, the man, William Martinez, was “engaged in a threesome where both he and a friend had sex with a woman, who was not his wife.”

He died shortly afterward.

Attorneys Rod Edmond and Tricia Hoffler, representing the man’s widow and children, argued in Gwinnett State Court that Gangasani was negligent and should have had Martinez tested and treated immediately. A jury agreed and awarded the family $5 million, with ultimately resulted in a $3 million net verdict.  Full Article

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2 Responses to “Man died while engaged in a threesome – His doctor blamed”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Gross. Disgusting men.

  2. finisher Says:

    so even if the doctor did the test right away, don’t mean the sucker would not have dropped dead from heart attack anyway. Those lawsuits are so messed up

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