Nurse at Dallas Ebola Hospital Hires Fort Lauderdale Lawyer

, Daily Business Review


Fort Lauderdale attorney Robert W. Kelley of Kelley/Uustal is representing a Dallas nurse who has left her job over concerns that the biohazard suits aren't working properly.

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  • Doug B.

    Could the hospital management in charge of this "dog and pony show" treatment approach should not only have already been terminated, but first be made to wear the same unprotected gear and be subjected to treat the current Ebola patient in NYC or the next one that comes up, and see how it feels to play "risky business" with their lives! And why not....!! "Stupid is as stupid does" as Forest Gump" might say.!

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