Jere Beasley speaks with WSFA about bacterial contamination of nutritional IV packs

Beasley Allen attorneys are investigating claims of patient deaths linked to tainted IV fluids in Alabama hospitals.  Nine people died and 10 more were sickened in six Alabama hospitals after receiving IV packs filled with liquid nutritional supplements that were contaminated. Here WSFA talks to Beasley Allen Founding Shareholder, Jere Beasley, about the possibility of additional incidents.


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