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Infected Bed Sore Causes Elderly Woman’s Death

This case went to trial in Sacramento, California and resulted in a jury award of $29.1 million. The daughter of the elderly woman who died brought this suit against a local nursing home.

In March of 2005, the 79-year old woman slipped and fell while in the home’s care. She died in a hospital on October 7th, 2010. Her daughter filed a wrongful death suit that stated the nursing home had not properly treated or monitored her mother’s hip, nor dealt with her bed sores. The reason? Allegedly, the nursing home was grossly understaffed. Were the owners of the home were more interested in profits than adequate patient care?

The bed sore developed because the woman, who was suffering from Alzheimer’s, was not repositioned, regularly, as required in situations like this. This was a tough elder abuse wrongful death case and the daughter waited a long time for justice. She did not have to wait alone, struggling financially. Cases like this one are excellent candidates for a lawsuit cash advance.
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