Baxter Healthcare Is Forced to Pay Over $18,000,000
in Fines & Other Penalties for Producing Hospital Bags with Active Mold Infestations

Baxter Healthcare Is Forc…

Baxter Healthcare Is Forced to Pay Over $18,000,000 in Fines & Other Penalties for Producing Hospital Bags with Active Mold Infestations 


Brief statement of Claim:

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Principal Injuries:

Defendant was knowingly producing hospital IV bags with active mold infestations. This resulted in the Defendant being forced to pay over $18 million in fines and penalties. In addition to the award to our client, the Defendant was required to pay our client’s attorneys’ fees, settle criminal charges and forfeit millions in profits.

Case Name and Number:

United States of America and the States of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Virginia and Washington, ex rel. Warren Christopher Wall v. Baxter International, Inc. and Baxter Healthcare Corporation,

1:13cv42, United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina


January 2017

Attorneys for Defendant Wall:

Thomas L. Odom Jr., The Odom Firm, PLLC of Charlotte & Tony Scheer, Rawls, Scheer, Clary & Mingo.


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