Kamryn Bond’s hospital stay when she was 11 months old had life-altering consequences.
Now 12 years old, Kamryn was admitted to the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital in Grande Prairie on Feb. 19, 2011.
Just over five weeks later, both her legs were amputated below the knees, along with her right hand and three fingers on her left hand. By that time she had been transferred to the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton.
Now Kamryn’s mother is fighting on her daughter’s behalf with a $31.7-million lawsuit in Edmonton Court of Queen’s Bench against the doctors.
Justice Avril Inglis heard two weeks of testimony last month. A final defence witness testified
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