Lawsuit Filed Regarding Illinois Nursing Home Accident

There has been a lawsuit filed against an Illinois skilled nursing facility (SNF) over an alleged nursing home accident.

The underlying accident involved a Cedar Ridge Health and Rehab Center resident, Timothy J. Bates, who alleges that he slipped out of his wheelchair while riding in a shuttle van, which caused injuries and other harm, including pain and suffering.  The lawsuit is filed against Covenant Care Midwest (dba Cedar Ridge Health and Rehab Center in Lebanon, IL) and Cynthia Sanchez.

This lawsuit is discussed in the March 25, 2014 Madison-St.Clair Record article titled “Man with traumatic brain injuries suffers further injuries during van ride.”

An excerpt from the article:

Bates blames the defendants for causing his injuries, saying they negligently failed to place him in the van in a safe manner, failed to adequately secure him in the van, drove in such a manner that he slid out of his seat, drove too fast and failed to reduce the van to prevent him from slipping.

Additional details can be seen in the Madison Record article mentioned above.

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