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Date: 03-28-2011

Case Style: Harvey Privett v. Peak Medical Oklahoma No. 4, Inc. d/b/a South Park Healthcare Center

Case Number: CJ-2008-8261

Judge: Bryan C. Dixon

Court: District Court, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma

Plaintiff's Attorney: Emily N. Kitch and John Wiggins, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Travis K. Siegel for Harvey Privett

Defendant's Attorney: Margaret Mary Clarke and Rachel Mathis, Hall, Estill, Hardwick, Gable, Golden & Nelson, P.C., Tulsa, Oklahoma and Seth A. Day, Oklahoma City for Peak Medical Oklahoma No. 4, Inc.

Description: Harvey Privett sued Peak Medical Oklahoma No. 4, Inc. d/b/a South Park Healthcare Center on negligence theory for the wrongful death of Winnie Orr. Plaintiff claimed that Defendants provided substandard nursing care to Winnie Orr while she was a resident at South Park Nealthcare Center. Plaintiff also claimed that Defendant violated the rights of Ms. Orr as set forth in the Oklahoma Nursing Home Act and, as a direct result, Mrs. Orr was harmed. Plaintiff claimed the right to collect damages for the wrongful death of Ms. Orr pursuant to the Oklahoma Wrongful Death Statute 12 O.S. 1053. Plaintiff additional sought to pierce the corporate veils of the Defendants

Outcome: Defendants' verdict.

Plaintiff's Experts:

Defendant's Experts: Janet Blok, nursing and Dr. Josh Williams

Comments: Dr. Tomas Owens, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, geriatric medicine

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