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Son files wrongful death suit against Ansted Center nursing home

By Philip Gonzales | Jun 1, 2018


FAYETTEVILLE – A Fenwick man alleges an Ansted nursing home failed to provide a safe environment for his late father.

John Green, as personal representative of the estate of Philip Green, filed a complaint April 27 in Fayette Circuit Court against 106 Tyree Street Operations LLC, doing business as Ansted Center, and Genesis Healthcare LLC alleging negligence, wrongful death and other counts.

According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that beginning in May 26, 2017, Philip Green was a nursing home resident at defendants' Ansted Center. As a result of defendants' alleged negligence, Philip Green suffered two falls and airway obstruction with anoxic brain injury. The suit states he died July 6, 2017. 

The plaintiff holds 106 Tyree Street Operations LLC and Genesis Healthcare LLC responsible because the defendants allegedly failed to provide a safe environment, adequate supervision and safety device to prevent his decedent from falling and failed to provide basic needs and assistance.

The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks all damages as well as all other items as allowed by law. He is represented by Jeff D. Stewart, Andrew L. Paternostro and S. Andrew Stonestreet of Stewart Bell PLLC in Charleston. The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge John W. Hatcher Jr.

Fayette Circuit Court case number 18-C-85

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