Guardian accuses Chicago nursing facility of negligent care

By Louie Torres | May 20, 2016

CHICAGO — A guardian is suing a Chicago nursing home, alleging negligent care caused her relative to suffer injuries

CHICAGO — A guardian is suing a Chicago nursing home, alleging negligent care caused her relative to suffer injuries

Donna Brown-Hudson, as plenary guardian of the estate of Jean Brown, a disabled person, filed a lawsuit March 8, in the Cook County Circuit Court against Renaissance Park South, Nucare Financial Services Corp., and Clinical Consulting Solutions LLC, alleging failure to provide proper care.

According to the complaint, from March 3-June 14, 2014, Jean Brown suffered permanent disability as a result of improper care at Renaissance Park South in Chicago. The plaintiff alleges the defendants failed to administer proper medications to Brown as prescribed by her physician.

The complaint states Brown suffered pressure sores, malnutrition and dehydration.

Brown-Hudson seeks a trial by jury and judgment of more than $50,000 against each defendant. She is represented by attorney Lisa M. Ciharan of Law Office of Cy Weiner in Chicago.

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