A New London woman and Lawrence & Memorial Hospital have settled a lawsuit in which the woman claimed the hospital failed to properly diagnose and treat her mother after she contracted the flesh-eating bacteria.
An attorney for Bianca Nardi tells The Day of New London that the suit Nardi filed of behalf of her mother, former Republican Town Committee Chairwoman Robin Miller, has been settled.
She did not disclose the amount.
Hospital spokesman Michael O’Farrell also confirmed the case has been settled, but would not say whether the hospital had changed any policies or procedures as a result of Miller’s death.
Miller died in 2003 after contracting necrotizing fasciitis, more commonly known as flesh-eating bacteria.
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