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Ohio Family Files Lawsuit Against Nursing Home for Wrongful Death

Hartley & O'Brien recently filed a wrongful death civil lawsuit on behalf of an Ohio family in Marshall County, West Virginia Circuit Court as a result of the care a family member received at a local nursing home. During her residency at the nursing home, the decedent was allowed to develop wound infections, including infected decubitus ulcers; septicemia, septic shock, respiratory failure, urinary tract infections, upper respiratory tract infections, MRSA, c. difficile, e-coli, and staphylococcus aureus. She died as a result of sepsis in April 2013. Baker, as Administratrix of the Estate of Ida Blazy v. Mound View Health Care, Inc., Marshall County, West Virginia Circuit Court, Civil Action No.: 13-C-114-H.

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