The personal injury law firm of Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley recently made a contribution to the Alzheimer’s Association in memory of Gene Bozarth. Mr Bozarth died in an Iowa nursing home accident in 2009 that was successfully tried in a wrongful death case by Attorney Nicholas C. Rowley.
Bozarth was 85-years-old and suffering from Alzheimer’s disease when he died due to injuries suffered after falling at the Danville Care Center in Iowa where he was living. The man fell and broke his neck, wrist, and facial bones, but was returned to his bed, only to later be transferred to several hospitals, where he died from his injuries. The law firm of CZR supports the work of the Alzheimer’s Association and their continued dedication to bringing needed care for Alzheimer’s patients who can no longer properly care for themselves.
The Alzheimer’s Association has been aiding those afflicted with Alzheimer’s since its founding in 1980 with more than 75 local chapters in addition to its national headquarters. The organization advocates for Alzheimer’s patients by educating officials on the impact of the disease to pass new legislation that will help patients, provides funding for research and advancements in treatment, and provides support groups and other forms of aid across the world.
At Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley, our San Diego personal injury lawyers are dedicated to protecting injured victims both inside the courtroom through skilled legal representation and outside through supporting communities and organizations. Call us today at (619) 814-9000 to learn more about how we may be able to help you in your case.