By Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk CAMDEN, N.J. — A New Jersey woman is suing a funeral home, claiming it allowed her brother’s body to “decompose” before services could be held, NJ.com reported. >> Read more trending news Ashkeya Pratt-Williams filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Camden County Superior Court against Carl Miller Funeral Home in Camden and its employees, KYW reported. The suit alleges that the funeral home allowed the body of John Ross Pratt, who died Sept. 17, to decompose in an unrefrigerated garage for several days, NJ.com reported.According to court documents, the funeral home failed to embalm Pratt in a timely fashion after his death.Pratt’s family contacted the funeral home the day Pratt died. According to the lawsuit, Pratt-Williams signed off on her brother’s embalming so the family could have an open-casket service, NJ.com reported. Recommended for you Recommended for you Recommended for you Most read 1 Who’s in Jail | Latest Montgomery County Bookings 2 Social Security benefits to increase in 2019 3 What you should know about heart attacks “Carl Miller buried everybody in my family, including my parents, my mom and my dad’s side, so that’s who I called,” Pratt-Williams told KYW. On Sept. 20, Pratt-Williams said she was… Read full this story
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