Hospitals Face Lawsuits for Giving Patients Medicine Without Their Knowledge

Hospitals Face Lawsuits for Giving Patients Medicine Without Their Knowledge

Several Hospitals Are Being SUED – 14 People Dead Reportedly Under Their Watch

(ReliableNews.org) – During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, doctors were prescribing patients experimental drugs. Remdesivir, an antiviral drug, was one of those medications. In fact, it was even given to former President Donald Trump when he fell ill with the virus. Now, a number of hospitals are being sued for prescribing this.

On September 7, attorney Michael Hamilton filed lawsuits in Fresno County Superior Court against Clovis Community Medical Center, Community Regional Medical Center, and St. Agnes Medical Center. The suits represent 19 plaintiffs who are the relatives of 14 alleged victims who died in 2021.

GV Wire reported that Hamilton said the plaintiffs believe the hospitals “murdered 14 people using a Remdesivir protocol.”

Dan Watkins, another of the attorneys working on the case, said the families involved found one another. They reportedly discussed their family members’ deaths and decided the antiviral medicine was at fault for the deaths. The plaintiffs allege the hospitals engaged in deceptive practices and failed to get informed consent from the patients. That is when a person agrees to treatment after learning of all of the possible side effects.

The attorneys hope others across the country file suits, too. How do you feel about the lawsuits?

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