Damages sought after girl allegedly hit in head at Schaumburg High School

By Louie Torres | Nov 15, 2016

mother of a minor girl is suing Maxim Healthcare, a Maxim employee and School District 211, seeking compensation over an allegation that her daughter was hit in the head with a hockey stick.

CHICAGO — A mother of a minor girl is suing Maxim Healthcare, a Maxim employee and School District 211, seeking compensation over an allegation that her daughter was hit in the head with a hockey stick.

Alexandra Loverdi filed a complaint on Nov. 10 in Cook County Circuit Court against the defendants, alleging willful and wanton behavior and negligence.

According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that her daughter was a student at Schaumburg High School and was assisting with a floor hockey game played by special-needs students when she was hit in the head by the Maxim employee. The plaintiff holds the defendants responsible for the alleged incident.

The plaintiff seeks judgment against the defendants in an amount sufficient to satisfy the jurisdictional limits of this court plus court costs. She is represented by Mitchell B. Friedman of Morici, Figlioli & Associates in Chicago.

Cook County Circuit Court Case number 16L011070

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