Paul PhillipsPuddle of Mudd̵7;s former guitarist claims he may have trouble making music and making a living … as some poor care has led him to be accused of hospitalization.
Paul is suing Florida’s Beach Baptist Medical Center and two other doctors for medical malpractice … claiming their treatment left him with brain injury and seizures. Severe, which can affect the ability to wobble
In a lawsuit received by TMZ, Paul claims his brain has not been the same since he was admitted to hospital in November 2019 after complaining about altered mental status and possible arrests.
Paul, who played in the band from 2001 to 2005 and 2009 to 2011, claimed that preliminary testing showed he was low-sodium. But he said doctors did not do well in monitoring the situation and slowly bringing the levels back to normal, claiming that The level rose too fast during his time at the hospital.
In the document, Paul claimed he was discharged from hospital before being rushed back three days later due to a seizure. He said an MRI of his brain showed brain damage, which he claimed was caused by the treatment he received during pre-hospitalization.
Paul, who was claimed by Morgan and Morgan, he continued to have seizures and other neurological problems, which he said needed treatment at the Mayo Clinic. He claimed the brain problem would continue indefinitely and said it hurt his ability to earn a living.
Paul sued the hospital and two doctors, demanding damages.