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Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Nov 2, 2012
Randall L. Kinnard is interviewed by The Tennessean on the Meningitis Outbreak
Meningitis outbreak: 42-day mark gives patients hope
The Tennessean | Nov 8, 2012
Kinnard Clayton & Beveridge file 5 more lawsuits on behalf of meningitis victims.
Meningitis outbreak: Six lawsuits filed in past 2 days
The Tennessean | Nov 2, 2012
Randall L. Kinnard is interviewed by CBS on the Meningitis Outbreak
Meningitis Outbreak Sparks Many Lawsuits
newschannel5.com | Oct 18, 2012
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - It has been a never ending saga. Every day the number of people infected keeps growing.
"This is just a catastrophe," said Nashville attorney Randy Kinnard who filed the first meningitis-related law suit in Tennessee for Janet Russell of Hendersonville. Russell is still recovering.
His firm, Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, now represents 20 victims, including three deaths and one person who is paralyzed.
Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge to file lawsuits in Meningitis Outbreak
Newsroom - Meningitis Outbreak - Lawsuits Coming Soon In Meningitis Outbreak
Fox17.com | October 12 2012
Attorney Daniel Clayton represents 18 meningitis victims.
He says lawsuits on behalf of them should be filed in a matter of days and unlike the class action lawsuit filed in Minnesota he says the legal action will be handled individually.
"Each one is a different story," said Clayton. "We're interested in seeing each family's situation decided on an individual basis."
Daniel Clayton is interviewed by Fox 17 News regarding the meningitis outbreak.
Fox17.com | Wednesday, October 3, 2012
"The Meningitis outbreak is growing in Tennessee and becoming more
deadly across the country. There are now 26 cases in 5 states of what's
believed to be Fungal Meningitis. That includes 5 new patients in Tennessee
and 2 new deaths out of state for an outbreak that's already killed
2 people here. Daniel Clayton's law firm is now representing 2 of
Tennessee's 18 Meningitis victims."
Read the full story and watch the video at Fox 17 News
Vandy doctor alerted health officials about meningitis problem
WSMV.com | Posted: Oct 03, 2012
Daniel Clayton is interviewed by Channel 4 WSMV.com regarding the meningitis outbreak. Read the full story at Channel 4 WSMV.com