LAWSUIT TO BE FILED AGAINST KING’S COMPOUNDING PHARMACY AFTER IMPROPERLY-MIXED DRUG PARALYZES THE FACE OF AMARILLO WOMAN
AMARILLO, Texas – The law firm of Glasheen, Valles & Inderman, LLP will file a lawsuit on behalf of Ms. Rachel Trammell of Amarillo, Texas, tomorrow morning in Potter County, Texas. The lawsuit alleges that in late December 2016, Ms. Trammell saw an ear, nose and throat doctor for vertigo and tinnitus. The doctor prescribed a series of injections into the middle of her ear. King’s Compounding Pharmacy, which is owned by Robin Johnson, improperly mixed chemicals to produce the injection creating an unreasonably dangerous drug that was administered to Ms. Trammell by her doctor in January of 2017. Immediately after the injection, Ms. Trammell’s face began to burn with pain, her right upper lip and eye became numb, and within minutes, her face was left paralyzed. The paralysis is expected to be permanent.
The attorneys for the case, Kevin Glasheen and Laney Crocker, will hold a press conference tomorrow morning, July 21, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. at the Potter County Courthouse. Ms. Trammell will also be present to answer questions that the press may have about her injuries.