The estate of a nursing home resident who was beaten to death by his roommate has filed a lawsuit against the facility. The estate sued All Faith Pavilion, a nursing home located on the South Side of Chicago. The roommate, a resident, was charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death. The suit alleges the nursing home acted improperly by pairing the victim, who had Alzheimer’s disease, with a roommate who had a history of mental illness. The alleged killer had been diagnosed with dementia.
Source: Chicago Tribune
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