A family in Washington state has filed a product liability
lawsuit against the manufacturers of Triad alcohol wipes.
According to court documents, Aaron and Tracey Massey claim
bacteria contained in Triad alcohol wipes and prep pads caused their son to
suffer brain damage after birth, resulting in a diagnosis of cerebral palsy. The
Massey’s son, Myles, contracted a Bacillus cereus bacterial infection ans
sustained severe brain damage that has left him unable to talk, walk or eat,
the lawsuit states.
The lawsuit was originally filed against Evergreen Hospital
Medical Center, where Myles was born, but the complaint was later amended to include
the makers of Triad alcohol prep pads, which were recently recalled due to
The recalled prep pads and swabs were commonly used in
hospitals and packaged with numerous medications. They were also sold under a
variety of other labels at CVS and Walgreens.
If someone you love has been injured by a defective medical
product, please contact a Waukesha defective medical products attorney of
Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. ®, by calling 800-242-2874.