Jere Beasley tells WAKA News about first lawsuit in case of contaminated IV fluids

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The Montgomery based law firm of Beasley Allen has filed the first lawsuit related to at least 9 deaths and 10 illnesses in Alabama hospitals as the result of contaminated IV fluids. The lawsuit is filed on behalf of the family of Mary Ellen Kise, who died at Baptist Health Systems hospital in Prattville. Birmingham based Meds IV is named as a defendant. The company produced an intravenous feeding solution, which was recalled March 24 after it was found to be contaminated with a dangerous bacteria. In this video, WAKA TV-8 interviews the firm’s Founding Shareholder, Jere L. Beasley.

Jere L. Beasley, Beasley Allen Founder
Jere Beasley

Jere Beasley, the founding member of Beasley Allen Law Firm, has practiced law as an advocate for victims of wrongdoing since 1962. He was the lead Beasley Allen attorney in the record $11.9 billion award against ExxonMobil Corp. on behalf of the state of Alabama.

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