FORT LAUDERDALE - Hospital and employee are being sued for negligence on this four-count complaint filed on October 5, 2016.
On January 7, 2014, Pamella Ward, the Plaintiff, was being treated at Kindred Hospital- South Florida when Janet Dunn, an employee, spilled extremely hot tea all over the plaintiff. As a result, the Plaintiff sustained significant burns to her left hand, arm, and parts of her torso. She suffered bodily injury, economic losses, and intangible damages.
The Plaintiff alleges Count 1- negligence of Kindred, Count 2- medical negligence of Kindred, Count 3- Negligence of Janet Dunn, and Count 4- vicarious liability of Kindred for Janet Dunn, who failed to warn the Plaintiff about the hot tea, and failed to check the temperature before giving it to the patient.
The Plaintiff sues the Defendants for compensatory damages in excess of $15,000, prejudgment interest, and taxable costs. She further demands trial by jury or all issues triable and is represented by Lincoln J. Connolly of Trials & Appeals, P.A. in Miami.
17th Judicial Circuit Court - Broward County - Pamella Ward vs. Kindred Hospitals East LLC, et al - Case Number CACE-16-018303
Source: Broward County Official Clerk of Court Records.
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