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March 2015 Archives

Family wins multi-million dollar nursing negligence suit

When patients have limited mobility, the need for quality care increases because their risk for bedsores increases. Bedsores, which are often the result of nursing negligence, can lead to more dangerous health conditions, including gangrene and infections. Recently, the family of a deceased patient whose bedsore was allowed to worsen won a multi-million dollar lawsuit filed against a hospital located outside of Illinois.

Woman files wrongful death suit citing nursing negligence

Illinois residents who learn of a death at a nursing home due to substandard care are usually in shock from the news. This is because people expect nursing homes' staff to properly care for long-term patients. In another state, a woman has filed a lawsuit against a nursing home claiming nursing negligence after her mother's unexpected death.

Family of brain dead teen sues for hospital negligence

Hospital negligence and other mistakes can cause injuries to patients. In some cases, the injuries are so severe that they're permanent or the patient dies. Illinois blog readers may be interested in learning about a hospital that is being sued by a woman whose teen was pronounced brain dead. She claims that hospital negligence is the reason why her daughter is in this condition.

Family files claim against nursing home for nursing negligence

A nursing home has been accused of providing substandard care to a former female patient. Illinois readers may be interested in learning about how nursing negligence at the facility in another jurisdiction is said to have led to the woman's death. The deceased victim's surviving family filed a lawsuit against the nursing home.

Defective Door Latches in Ford and Lincoln Vehicles

In September 2014 the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) launched an investigation into consumer complaints of faulty door latches in 2011-2013 model year Ford Fiesta vehicles. Owners reported problems with the doors in these cars failing to latch when closed and/or remaining open or ajar. There have also been reports of injuries caused by a rebounding door striking a person after they attempted to close it. Since last fall NHTSA has received hundreds of additional complaints related to these problems. The agency announced yesterday that it will upgrade its investigation to an "Engineering Analysis" and expanded its scope to include 2013 Ford Fusion and 2013 Lincoln MKZ vehicles.

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