(CMR) The widower of Sue Hydes, past owner of Tiny Tots Academy, has filed a lawsuit against Dr. Zoltan Szucs, claiming damages for injury and loss sustained as a result of negligence and or breach of duty in his treatment of his wife in 2020.
Edmund Junior Hydes, widower and personal representative of the estate of Jacquline Antonette Hydes, popularly known as Sue Hydes, also claims interest pursuant to the Judicature Act and costs.
Based on court documents, Dr. Szucs treated Hydes, a pioneer in early childhood education here in the Cayman Islands, at his clinic and/or George Town Hospital, George Town, Grand Cayman, on or around the period of the 23rd to 27th of October 2020. Mrs Hydes passed away on October 27, 2020.
Mr. Hydes brings this action on behalf of himself as a widower, on behalf of the Estate of the Deceased pursuant to the Estate Proceedings Act (1995 Revision), and on behalf of the dependents of the Deceased pursuant to the Torts (Reform) Act (1996 Revision).