Here’s another successful flesh eating disease lawsuit. It involves a woman who died from a flesh eating bacteria infection following a routine hip replacement operation at the South Cheshire private hospital.
£80k for man whose wife died from flesh-eating bug
by Liam Murphy, Liverpool Daily Post/Jul 3 2007
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Today in flesh eating bacteria lawsuits, we bring you the story of Jean Philips, the ex-wife of an Air Force officer who lost one of her arms after a military doctor misdiagnosed her flesh eating bacteria infection. The doctor thought it was a simple rash but it turned out to be necrotizing fasciitis.
From a 2009 story in Kansas Star:
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Blake Haxton, the young guy who’s suing medical practitioners and hospitals in Ohio alleging that they failed to timely diagnose the fact that he contracted flesh-eating bacteria isn’t the only one who resorted to the courts to demand damages for his resulting condition.
Here’s the story of a man from Ireland who sued the Portiuncula Hospital after he contracted the bacteria following a hernial surgery at said hospital.
Continue reading “Irish Guy Contracts Flesh Eating Disease in Hospital, Sues for Damages”
Here’s a news report about a lawsuit filed by Steven Haxton, a teenage victim of the flesh-eating disease, who is suing his doctors and some hospitals for allegedly failing to timely diagnose his disease despite the fact that the victim’s mother reportedly raised the possibility that he could have been infected by the necrotizing fasciitis.
From NBC4: Continue reading “Blake Haxton vs. Doctors: Flesh Eating Disease Lawsuit”