Lawsuit Alleges Nursing Home and Rehab Center Did Not Properly Care For Hip Fracture

December 15, 2016 | Product Liability

A deceased woman’s family has filed a lawsuit against a Chicago long-term care facility, accusing them of failing to appropriately caring for a hip fracture until several days after the fall that caused the fracture.
According to the suit, the plaintiff alleges that the patient fell on January 29, while under the defendant’s care and the defendant did not seek medical treatment until February 6. The plaintiff holds the defendants responsible for allegedly failing to hire adequately trained registered nurses and failing to appropriately monitor the quality of care the decedent received. The plaintiff seeks judgment against the defendants in an amount of more than $50,000.

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