Failure to monitor a patient on an anticoagulant is the alleged cause of Helen Kill’s death on October 3, 2013.
According to the details of the statement of claim filed with the lawsuit, Kill passed away as a result of complications from bleeding into her brain. The suit that her son filed seeks damages for the pain and suffering she experienced, loss of the enjoyment of life, mental anguish and subsequent death. The suit is also seeking compensation for medical, funeral and burial expenses.
Helen Kill’s family choose to file a medical malpractice, wrongful death lawsuit against the Lima Memorial Health System, the Heart Institute of Northwest Ohio and physician/cardiologist Dr. Pamela Gardner. The suit suggests that the medical professionals did not properly monitor or take care of of Kill and, as a result, she died. The lawsuit further alleges that the named defendants were negligent in their duty of care to Helen Kill.
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