Diabetic Sues Henry County Jail For Negligent Care

As reported by the Indy Channel, Pavlack Law’s client, a 19 year-old inmate at the Henry County Jail, nearly died when jail staff initially denied and then provided incorrect types and dosages of his insulin, despite his rapidly failing health and repeated pleas for medical care.

The United States Supreme Court has ruled that inmates have the right to adequate medical care, and failure to provide such care violates an inmate’s Constitutional rights. When medical negligence results in death, the inmate’s family may have a wrongful death claim.

Eric Pavlack and the injury attorneys at Pavlack Law have successfully represented many inmates and families of inmates who have sustained injuries and even death due to negligent care. If you or a loved one have been harmed due to the negligence of others while incarcerated, you may have the right to sue for compensation. Call Pavlack Law today. 317-251-1100. The consultation is always free, and we do not take any fee until we succeed for you!

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