Girl gets $32M settlement in med-mal case over quadruple limb amputations

A $32 million settlement in a malpractice case against the University of Chicago Medical Center last year will allow an 11-year-old who had both arms and both legs amputated to live for the first time in a fully handicapped-accessible home; pay a personal assistant for the rest of her life; and get the benefit of special wheelchairs and prosthetics.
From: ABA Journal

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