TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on May 7, 2013

An 86-year-old Nashville woman has become the fourth victim of the fungal meningitis outbreak to file suit against Saint Thomas Outpatient Neurosurgical Center, The Tennessean reports. In a complaint filed late last week, attorneys for Virginia Neely allege that she was sickened after getting two injections of a tainted spinal steroid. She is seeking $3 million in compensatory damages. Neely previously sued the New England Compounding Center, the company blamed for shipping the tainted medicine. That suit, however, has been put on hold because the company has filed for bankruptcy. Neely’s suit is expected to be sent to Judge Joe P. Binkley Jr., who already is handling the three previously filed cases.