Medical Experts Report On Alleged Drug Death

Medical_0002Both sides presented their oral arguments before the Ninth Court of Appeals of Texas on March 11 in the case of the late Christopher Scarborough. Christopher Scarborough’s parents filed suit against a medical clinic, a pharmacy, two physicians and two pharmacists, alleging their son died after he took pills prescribed to him.

The Scarboroughs say 25-year-old Christopher died an “accidental death” caused from drug toxicity and pulmonary edema on Sept. 23, 2007.  Because their suit alleges medical malpractice, Ken and Esther Scarborough were required to submit medical expert witness reports under the Texas Civil Code, Chapter 74.  The defense oral arguments seek to show that Scarborough overdosed.

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