A Savannah woman who became paralyzed after being hospitalized for infection has won an $18 million medical malpractice verdict.

The Chatham County State Court jury reached its verdict Tuesday in favor of Joan Simmons, who was 58 and had worked full-time as an accountant for Colonial Oil Group in Savannah before she became ill and went to the hospital in July 2014, according to court records.

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