Quadruple amputee medical malpractice victim suffers legal setback

A woman who had to have a quadruple amputation after contracting a flesh-eating bacteria in a hospital suffered a legal setback last week. A judge ruled that hospital records are protected by work product and attorney-client privilege. The victim’s attorneys said that they will appeal the ruling, which is separate from a pending medical malpractice lawsuit.

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