Wrongful Death Claim Revived in HIV Transmission Litigation

July 2004
Lesbian -- Gay Law Notes;Summer2004, p148
Reports on a court of West Virginia's ruling on the case, Green v. Charleston Area Medical Center, involving a wrongful death claim. Court's agreement with the plaintiff's argument that Doctor Edward Wright's attorney unfairly prejudiced the case; Case background; Per curiam opinion of the court.


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