This case takes place in Michigan and involves an older male patient who suffered from complications after prolonged use of a particular drug. The patient had been treated with the drug for several years in order to treat persistent psoriasis that had proven resistant to other treatments. He ended up being hospitalized for jaundice after taking the drug for several years. Blood tests were done occasionally during the course of the patient’s treatment- some of which showed changes in patient’s liver enzymes in the time leading up to his hospitalisation. Despite these findings, the plaintiff was never taken off the medication. As a result, he suffered extensive liver damage and is now unable to take any medication. It is alleged that defendant did not take the necessary steps to prevent liver damage after reviewing the patient’s blood work.