Stewart Casper negotiated a settlement for the estate of an 89-year old male stroke patient confined to a nursing home who developed Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (“TEN”) as a result of being given one dose of Bactrim to which he was known to be allergic. The Bactrim was intended for another patient. The TEN caused extensive burn-like exfoliation of the patient’s skin on his hands, feet, neck, and genitalia. Healing took place over the course of approximately six weeks. He died from unrelated causes.