Bartosh v. Gulf Health Care Center-Galveston - In the Court of Appeals for the First District of Texas

Bartosh v. Gulf Health Care Center-Galveston

By In the Court of Appeals for the First District of Texas

  • Release Date - Published: 2005-10-11
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: In the Court of Appeals for the First District of Texas
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Jose de Alminana Smothers was attacked by fire ants while in the care of a nursing home facility run by Gulf Health Care Center-Galveston. She subsequently died from other causes. Her daughter, Sandra Smothers Bartosh, sued Gulf Health and Ecolab, Inc., the company that provided pest protection services at the property. Bartosh sued in her individual capacity and as administratrix of her mothers estate. She alleged medical malpractice and premises liability against Gulf Health and negligence against Ecolab. The trial court granted summary judgment favoring Gulf Health on the malpractice claims prior to trial and granted a directed verdict favoring Ecolab at the close of the plaintiffs case-in-chief. Consequently, only the premises liability claim against Gulf Health was submitted to the jury. The jury found Gulf Health liable and awarded $136,000 to Bartosh. The trial court entered final judgment in accordance with the jurys findings.

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