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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Complete Care at Home

Legal Newswire iCrowdNewswire - Mar 8, 2019

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Complete Care at Home

Gwinnett County Mother Secures Bell Law Firm After Scalding Water Leads to Son’s Death

 

 

ATLANTA – March 8, 2019 – Mary Anne Downing, mother of the deceased Bradley Downing, secured Lloyd Bell of Bell Law Firm, Georgia’s preeminent law firm for victims of medical malpractice, to file a wrongful death action in Dekalb County against Complete Care at Home. In April of 2018, an employee of Complete Care inflicted severe burns to Mr. Downing, leading to complications that ultimately caused his death.

 

Mr. Downing was disabled, unable to bathe himself, and unable to communicate normally. He was wholly in the hands of Complete Care, relying on them to bathe him safely. The attendant negligently raised the bath water to a scalding temperature. By the time the attendant realized the error, Mr. Downing had suffered severe burns over much of his body. Mr. Downing was rushed to the hospital and treated in the burn unit. But less than six weeks later, complications from the burns caused Mr. Downing to pass away at the age of 41.

 

Plaintiff Mary Anne Downing seeks the full value of the life taken from Bradley Downing, as well as damages for funeral costs and other damages including physical, economic and emotional injuries.

 

“In this case, both the employee and Complete Care at Home failed my client,” comments Bell. “The employee failed to properly care for Mr. Downing. The resulting burns led to his death and robbed him of his remaining years. The public should be aware of the risk of negligence when working with home healthcare providers. Taking care of people in their homes presents many of the same risks you find in a hospital. Providers should be held to the same standards of care.”  

 

For more information about Bell Law Firm’s success in helping victims of medical malpractice, visit: www.belllawfirm.com/results.

 

About Bell Law Firm

Bell Law Firm is Georgia’s preeminent firm for victims of medical malpractice. Founded in 1999 by Lloyd Bell, the firm has recovered more than $100 million for patients and families of people injured or killed due to medical negligence. Bell has more than 25 years of experience in federal and state courts, and he has represented clients in more than 75 jury trials and hundreds of successful settlements. Specializing in litigating misdiagnoses, surgical errors, and other types of malpractice, Bell Law firm differentiates itself with deep legal expertise, a mastery of technology in the courtroom and a compelling manner of storytelling. In 2018, Daily Report, the leading source of legal news in Atlanta, named Bell Law Firm as Personal Injury Litigation Team of the Year.

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Lauren Shankman
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(404) 214-0722 Ext. 121
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Keywords: Home Healthcare, medical malpractice, Wrongful death, negligence
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