New Mother Dies From Sepsis As the Result of Acute Pelvic Perineal Infection
Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) October 17, 2017 – A 27-year-old woman died after giving birth. Her family is suing the doctor and the hospital for her wrongful death.
The woman died three days after giving birth to a baby boy. The lawsuit alleges she died as a result of severe and permanent injuries as a result of substandard care provided by medical staff. The lawsuit named three defendants and included two medical facilities and the woman’s obstetrician.
According the lawsuit, after giving birth, the new mother complained of pain. She was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit and given pain medications. However, her white blood count and fever continued to increase. She died a short time later. The suit alleges the cause of death was sepsis arising from an acute pelvic perineal infection.
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