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Double amputee Stacey Galette, flanked by attorney Sanford (Credit: Jason Andrew)

Double amputee Stacey Galette, flanked by attorney Sanford Rubenstein, left, and Ira Newman, shows her prosthetics. (Nov. 19, 2010)

Double-amputee Stacey Galette

Stacey Galette, a double amputee, is suing Winthrop-University Hospital for malpractice.

Double amputee Stacey Galette shows walks with her
(Credit: Jason Andrew)

Double amputee Stacey Galette shows walks with her prosthetics with lawyer Ira Newman. (Nov. 19, 2010)

Double amputee Stacey Galette listens to questions at
(Credit: Jason Andrew)

Double amputee Stacey Galette listens to questions at Sanford Rubenstein's law offices in Brooklyn. (Nov. 19, 2010)

Double amputee Stacey Galette with her daughter Bianca,
(Credit: Jason Andrew)

Double amputee Stacey Galette with her daughter Bianca, 10, at her attorney Sanford Rubenstein's law offices in Brooklyn. (Nov. 19, 2010)

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Double amputee Stacey Galette speaks with the press
(Credit: Jason Andrew)

Double amputee Stacey Galette speaks with the press as lawyers Sanford Rubenstein (L) and Ira Newman (R) listen in at Rubenstein's law offices in Brooklyn. (Nov. 19, 2010)

Double amputee Stacey Galette, flanked by attorney Sanford
(Credit: Jason Andrew)

Double amputee Stacey Galette, flanked by attorney Sanford Rubenstein, left, and Ira Newman, demonstrates how she removes her prosthetics. (Nov. 19, 2010)

Double amputee Stacey Galette, flanked by attorney Sanford
(Credit: Jason Andrew)

Double amputee Stacey Galette, flanked by attorney Sanford Rubenstein, left, and Ira Newman, demonstrates how she removes her prosthetics. (Nov. 19, 2010)

Double amputee Stacey Galette, flanked by attorney Sanford
(Credit: Jason Andrew)

Double amputee Stacey Galette, flanked by attorney Sanford Rubenstein, left, and Ira Newman, shows her prosthetics. (Nov. 19, 2010)

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