Attorney Stanley Gipe of Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, Wins $6.7 Million for Lewis Family | News

CLEARWATER, Florida., March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Lewis family still mourning the death of Harold Lewiswas rewarded $6,703,000 after a passionate and fierce fight against the rehabilitation center that caused his death. Attorney Stanley Gipeof Dolman Law Group Personal Injury Lawyers, PArepresented the three surviving adult children of Mr. Lewis.

When Harold Lewis was admitted to the Clear Water Care and Rehabilitation Center on December 9, 2016, the goal was to recover from a partial leg amputation. At the time of his admission, Mr Lewis had a small pressure sore above his coccyx, a relatively common injury after a long stay in hospital.

However, Mr Lewis’s bedsore steadily worsened due to the negligent care he received at the facility. Eventually parts of his bone were exposed and the injury was ruled as the cause of Mr Lewis’ death in 2017.

Attorney Stanley Gipe represented the family of Mr. Lewis in case no: 19-001987-CI, Court of Records: Pinellas County. After Mr Gipe showed the jury the extreme nature of Mr Lewis’ suffering and the family’s grief at the loss of their father, the jury was moved with compassion. The court issued a verdict of more than $6.7 million in favor of the Lewis family.

About Dolman Law Group Personal Injury Lawyers, PA

Clearwater, Florida Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA provides legal representation to victims of wrongful injury and death. The firm’s attorneys have decades of experience and have handled thousands of cases for clients in need of compensation. As part of its commitment to ensuring just outcomes for injured victims and their families, the company is proud to have played an instrumental role in securing this monumental outcome for the Lewis family.

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