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Bradshaw v. Daniel
Citation:854 S.W.2d 865 (Tenn. 1993).
Elmer Johns was admitted to an emergency room, after reporting headaches, muscle aches, fever, and chills. After admitted, he received treatment from the Defendant-physician. The doctor provided treatment for the Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, but Johns’ condition quickly deteriorated and he died the day after admission. An autopsy confirmed this cause of death. During conversations with Johns’ wife, Genevieve, the physician never advised her of risk of exposure to the illness, nor provided information that this illness was the cause of her husband’s death.
Just a week after husband’s death, Genevieve was admitted to the hospital, reporting similar conditions as her late husband. Just three days later she died of the same disease. There was no physician-patient relationship between Genevieve and the Defendant.
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