Sunday, 16 of December of 2018

Hospitals, Doctors Ordered to Pay Brain Damaged Woman $120 Million

The woman developed Steven-Johnsons syndrome, a sever allergic reaction to several seizure medications.

By Jim Lewis, Medical Malpractice Lawyer in North Carolina

In a new post to our firm’s Carolina personal injury attorneys’ website, lawyer Mark Favaloro reports on a multimillion medical malpractice award for a patient whose severe allergic reaction to a mix of seizure drugs left her permanently disabled. To read more, click over to “Woman Whose Brain Damage Resulted From Medication Mismanagement Receives $120M Medical Malpractice Award.”


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