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Ohio Medical Negligence Lawyers At Wright & Schulte File Medical Negligence Lawsuit On Behalf Of Ohio Woman Who Died Allegedly Due To Nursing Home Negligence.

  • Post category:April 2013

Medical Negligence Lawsuit Alleges Ohio Nursing Home And Staff Caused Resident’s Wrongful Death Due To Failing To Implement Reasonably Skillful And Prudent Care Before And After Resident Fell.

The experienced wrongful death and Ohio medical negligence lawyers of Wright & Schulte LLC has filed a Wrongful Death and Medical Negligence lawsuit on behalf of the executors of the estate of a nursing home resident of October Enterprises, Inc, dba The Greenbriar Senior Living Campus in Eaton, Ohio who allegedly died following complications arising from a fall that caused her to break her hip and fracture her spine, while at the nursing facility. The wrongful death and medical negligence lawsuit was filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Preble County, Ohio Civil Division under Judge David N. Abruzzo. (Case No. 12CV029398)

If someone you love was mistreated or suffered from medical negligence in a nursing home or assisted living facility, the Ohio nursing home abuse, wrongful death, and Ohio medical negligence lawyers at Wright & Schulte LLC will fight to ensure you are fairly compensated. To learn more about all of the ways our firm can help, we urge you to contact Wright & Schulte LLC for a free, no obligation Ohio nursing home lawsuit evaluation today.

The Ohio Medical Negligence Lawsuit

The Ohio wrongful death and medical negligence lawsuit alleges that the deceased victim was a resident of the nursing facility between November 2008 to April 12, 2009. During that time, a physical therapy assistant was walking the victim using a gait belt strapped around the victim’s waist to ensure the victim didn’t fall to the floor, as the victim was a high risk for falling. Despite the gait belt, the victim fell to the floor and suffered a broken hip and other injuries.

The Ohio medical negligence lawsuit claims that after the fall, Joe Doe #1 was called to the scene and that she and the physical therapy assistant, despite complaints of hip pain by the victim, negligently moved the victim from the floor to a wheelchair and then to a bed. The wrongful death and medical negligence lawsuit alleges that because of the victims injuries, and despite surgical treatment and attempted rehabilitation, the victim died from her injuries and related complications.

The Ohio wrongful death and Ohio medical negligence nursing home lawsuit alleges the defendants were negligent and fell below the accepted standards of medical care when they failed to exercise the degree to care required of reasonable skillful and prudent health care professionals under similar circumstances. The lawsuit alleges that the defendants failed to establish, implement, and train employees on an appropriate fall protocol and failed to properly implement that fall protocol when the victim fell. Because of these alleged negligent actions, the victim suffered severe injuries including a broken hip, spinal fractures, surgical procedures, hospital treatments, severe malnutrition, failure to thrive, chronic renal insufficiency, pressure ulcers, severe pain and disability, mental anguish, medical expenses, and loss of the enjoyment of life. The medical negligence and wrongful death lawsuit seeks damages exceeding $25,000 plus any relief the court deems just.

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