Thursday, May 31, 2007

"Gregarious" Personal Injury Lawyer Spreads XDR-TB Around

I'm not even going to comment because, really, what else is there to say*? Andrew Speaker, the patient, (1) knew he had TB before he left for Europe, and (2) a CDC microbiologist specializing in the spread of TB is his father-in-law/personal resource.

*Once recovered (hopefully), will Mr. Speaker sue himself? [/inappropriate joke]


At 2:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think Mr. Speaker needs to personally feel the wrath of several "personal injury" suits against himself. After a walk through that firestorm, perhaps his view for future cases will undergo an intense revision of acceptability for representation. How fitting for him to be on the receiving end of what he has likely liberally dished out to others!

Mr. Speaker, eat up now, your portions are large, as we enjoy you consuming your "just desserts!"

At 7:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

His heirs should be worried. I don't think he will be alive long enough to worry. One report I read said just under 30% of folks with XDR-TB survive. I don't like those odds.



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