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When I was seventeen years old, I became very sick with a food-borne illness called E. coli. I later learned that I got the bacteria from an under-cooked meat product. Because of this, I suffered from hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), which caused my kidneys to fail. I was on dialysis for three months.
My case was settled for several million dollars. It is comforting to know that when I am no longer able to work, I will still be able to provide for my family. Right now I am going to school and cannot work because school and work is just too much for my kidney disease. The doctors also say that I might have trouble having children because of the disease. One door has been closed but PritzkerOlsen has opened many others.
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Tragic Wrongful Death in Minnesota Under Investigation A Buick Park Avenue was traveling eastbound on Highway 27 in Morrison County when a GMC Sierra pickup traveling westbound crossed the centerline in front of the Buick. The driver of the Buick swerved to the right to try avoid a collision, but the truck hit the car Read more…
New research suggests bacterial probiotics may be associated with dangerous infections in newborn babies. Between February 2012 and August 2013, an outbreak of vancomycin resistant Enterococcus (VRE) in infants in a hospital NICU. Infants sickened in the outbreak were part of a clinical trial using a bacterial probiotic. The bacteria used in the probiotic product Read more…
A FedEx truck hit a cyclist yesterday morning. The cyclist, Kirke Johnson, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. The preliminary investigation found evidence that the FedEx truck turned into the path of Mr. Johnson as he was riding his bicycle, and that inattentiveness was likely a contributing factor Read more…