Inadequate care at a Charleston, West Virginia nursing home lead to the death of an 87 year old woman, which led to a $90 million jury verdict that was upheld by a judge's ruling last week.  Dorothy Douglas was admitted to the nursing home, Heartland of Charleston, suffering from Alzheimer's and other ailments but was able to walk and speak well; after three weeks she was dehydrated and in a wheelchair. She died shortly after being transferred to another facility. 

Source: Charleston Gazette

Lexington, Kentucky injury lawyer Robert Abell represents individuals and families injured by the negligence of others; contact him at 859-254-7076.
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