A Lowndes County nursing home’s appeal of a $7.6 million lawsuit judgment goes to the Georgia Supreme Court Tuesday. Arguments will be held in the... Nursing home lawsuit goes to state’s highest court

A Lowndes County nursing home’s appeal of a $7.6 million lawsuit judgment goes to the Georgia Supreme Court Tuesday. Arguments will be held in the case of Lowndes County Health Services, LLC vs. Copeland et. al., according to a statement from the court. Lowndes County Health Services, which does business as Heritage Health Care at Holly Hill, was sued by Gregory Copeland and Marier House in connection to the 2012 death of Copeland’s father, Bobby, according to court documents provided to The Times by attorneys for the Copelands.

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