Slater Vecchio LLP files Class Action lawsuit in British Columbia on behalf of individuals who contracted COVID-19 at Revera Long-term Care Homes
VANCOUVER, BC, November 18, 2021 / CNW / – Slater Vecchio LLP has filed a lawsuit against long-term care home provider Revera, Inc. and its competent companies for alleged negligence for failing to protect residents and visitors from the spread of COVID-19 in their homes.
Specifically, the lawsuit alleges that Revera complies with applicable rules and regulations regarding: (1) outbreak planning and response, (2) PPE provision and access, (3) visitor and supplier screening, (4) isolation and Failure to comply with tests by residents, (5) staff levels and (6) staff tests and screenings. The rules and guidelines were introduced in by state health authorities British Columbia. As a result of the alleged non-compliance, some Revera Care Homes residents died while others contracted the virus without receiving the necessary care and treatment.
The lawsuit is intended to represent all people who lived in affected nursing homes and their families. These include the following nursing homes: (1) Royal City Manor, (2) Arbutus Care Home, (3) Capilano Care Center, (4) Holywood Manor, (5) Nursing home lake view, (6) Glenwarren Lodge, (7) Revera James Bay, and (8) Revera Sandringham.
Slater Vecchio LLP is looking for class members in this promotion. If you believe that you or someone you know became infected with COVID-19 while staying at the following facilities or any other long-term care facility in BC, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our website to fill out our form:
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Slater Vecchio LLP is a boutique law firm based in British Columbia. Over the past 20 years, Slater Vecchio has represented thousands of clients and grown into one of the largest personal injury and class action law firms in the province. Slater Vecchio’s goal is to exceed every customer’s expectations, not only with the best possible results, but throughout the experience of our collaboration.
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