A civil action by Anderson, Anne; Schlichtmann, Jan; Anderson, Anne;

By Anderson, Anne; Schlichtmann, Jan; Anderson, Anne; Schlichtmann, Jan; Harr, Jonathan

"The criminal mystery of the decade."--Cleveland undeniable broker Now a massive movie! during this actual tale of an epic court docket showdown, of the nation's greatest businesses stand accused of inflicting the deaths of youngsters. Representing the bereaved mom and dad, the unlikeliest of heroes emerges: a tender, flamboyant Porsche-driving attorney who hopes to win thousands of greenbacks and finally ends up approximately wasting everything, Read more...

summary: "The criminal mystery of the decade."--Cleveland undeniable broker Now a massive movie! during this actual tale of an epic court showdown, of the nation's greatest companies stand accused of inflicting the deaths of youngsters. Representing the bereaved mom and dad, the unlikeliest of heroes emerges: a tender, flamboyant Porsche-driving attorney who hopes to win hundreds of thousands of bucks and finally ends up approximately wasting every little thing, together with his sanity. A searing, compelling story of a felony process long past awry--one during which greed and tool struggle an endless fight opposed to justice--A Civil motion is usually the tale of ways one decided guy can finally make a distinction. With an unstoppable narrative energy, it really is an unforgettable examining event

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A bone marrow aspiration was performed. The bone marrow confirmed what the doctors had begun to suspect: Robbie had acute lymphocytic leukemia. Donna spent most of the following two weeks with Robbie at the hospital. She missed church services, but her mother told Reverend Young about Robbie’s diagnosis. The minister drove to the New England Medical Center to visit Donna and Robbie. He asked Donna if the doctors had mentioned anything about the cause of Robbie’s leukemia. Donna said, no, they hadn’t.

An orthopedic surgeon at Choate Memorial Hospital in Woburn thought that Robbie’s left hip joint might be septic and proposed aspirating some fluid to see if that was the case. That procedure yielded no signs of infection. Nonetheless, the surgeon recommended draining the boy’s hip. Donna gave her consent, and Robbie was operated on that summer. He recovered slowly. When he began to walk again, he had a peculiar lurching gait and dragged the toes of his left foot. He had to lift his knee high in order to bring forward the dangling foot.

It wasn’t as if people weren’t alerted to the fact that the water didn’t taste good and was discolored. When Anne talked about the water causing leukemia, he told her it was wild speculation. ” Charles asked. Long before Charles lost his patience, long before he stopped listening, Anne could see from the expression on his face how angry the subject made him. She couldn’t help bringing it up anyhow. ” she asked once as they set out in the car to Lowell, to visit friends. ” he said. “If there’s a reason, I’m sure Dr.

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