The claims allege that the management of the Good Samaritan Society was negligent, and ill prepared to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.
The goal is to get compensation for families, but also to bring change to the Southgate Care Centre, and other long term care centres across the country.
– April 2022: We write to provide you with a further update to our December update. Further to our last update, we have now issued, served and filed the individual claims. We will provide a further update once our first court date has been scheduled.
– December 2021: We write to provide you with a further update to our August update. As mentioned in our last update, we are currently working on drafting individual claims. Once the claims are finalized, they will be issued, served and filed. We will provide another update at that point in time.
– August 2021: We write to provide you with a further update to our June 9th update. As mentioned in our last update, we are currently working on drafting individual claims. Once the claims are finalized, they will be issued, served and filed. We will provide another update at that point in time.
– June 2021: We are currently working on drafting individual claims. Once the claims are finalized, they will be issued, served and filed. We will provide a further update at that point in time. We are continuing to sign up new clients on a consistent basis
The plaintiffs include residents and family members of residents. They claim the Edmonton-based Good Samaritan Society senior care home was negligent in its response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Specifically, the plaintiffs say Good Samaritan Society administrators failed to properly care for residents, leading to the unnecessary spread of the disease. Further, the home was negligent in the care of residents who contracted Covid-19 and died as a result.
If a loved one has been a victim of insufficient care, elder abuse or contracted the virus as a result of being a resident at the Southgate Care Centre, you may be able to secure compensation for the abuse.
Contact a qualified lawyer at Diamond and Diamond Lawyers to get help with your claim. Call 1-800-567-4878 or fill out the quick contact form below when you are ready to get started on your case.
A mass tort does not have one representative plaintiff, rather multiple lawsuits that are settled on an individual basis. A mass tort allows the individual to have complete control over their own case and can decide their own settlement. The common denominator is that the defendant is usually the same in all mass torts.
Mass torts are typically handled on a contingency fee basis. This means that counsel handling the lawsuits are only paid if the lawsuits are successful at trial or settled. In the event that they are successful, counsel fees may be paid by the Defendants owners and operators or out of either the settlement or judgment proceeds, as approved by the court.
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