Family Wins Wrongful Death Lawsuit

June 25, 2006 by  
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A Hinds County jury has awarded a local family more than four million dollars in a wrongful death suit. 66 year old Ersel Allen died in 2001 after she was diagnosed with cancer and sent to Hospice Ministries, Inc. In Ridgeland. Her family was told she only had six months to live. She died in five weeks, but an autopsy showed she did not have cancer. One of her doctors is serving time in Louisiana for molesting a 13 year old boy…..

“She was not terminal. Certified to be terminal, placed in a hospice, overdosed on painkillers. It’s just as clear as day.”

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