Craiglee Nursing Home Class Action
Will Davidson has initiated a class action on behalf of all residents of Craiglee Nursing Home. Craiglee Nursing Home is located in Scarborough, Ontario and is owned and operated by Southbridge Care Homes.
View our Southbridge Chain Claim Statement of Claim here.
Information About the Representative Plaintiff
Karen MacRae lost her mother, Donna Hatinen on August 21, 2020 due to Covid-19 at Craiglee Nursing Home.
Karen had the following comments about her mother:
“She was an avid Bingo player and lifelong Toronto Maple Leafs and Blue Jays fan. A woman with a great sense of humour and an unwavering need for adventure. Her last words she spoke of her family and how much she loved everyone.”
“She was full of life always had a smile on her face and loved to be around her family.”
There are many well run long term care facilities in the province of Ontario. In fact over half of the long term care facilities in Ontario have no deaths. At the other end of the spectrum there are a small handful of homes which have accounted for the majority of deaths in long term care facilities in Ontario. Unfortunately, Southbridge did not properly care for its vulnerable residents which resulted in the worst death ratio per 100 beds of all nursing home chains.
Contact Will Davidson LLP to Learn More About Our Craiglee Nursing Home Class Action
If anyone has information about this case or is a resident or family member of a resident please contact Gary Will at email@example.com (905-815-5802) or Michael Reid at firstname.lastname@example.org (905-337-9748) for a free consultation.
Will Davidson LLP’s class action lawyers work on a contingency basis, meaning you will not be charged hourly or upfront legal fees for our services. Instead, our lawyers will accept a percentage of the final settlement as payment. This payment structure allows us to offer access to justice to all Ontarians, regardless of their economic situation. Reach out today to learn more.
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