Prince's Family Launch Hospital Lawsuit Christian Eede , April 24th, 2018 09:39

Prince's Family Launch Hospital Lawsuit Christian Eede , April 24th, 2018 09:39

Prince's Family Launch Hospital Lawsuit Christian Eede , April 24th, 2018 09:39

His plane made an emergency landing in IL and though his publicist said Prince had flu-like symptoms, he was given Narcan, an opioid antidote, indicating he had overdosed on the plane.

The heirs of Prince's estate have filed a lawsuit against an IL hospital that treated him for an overdose one week before his death in 2016.

Prince's estate also makes claim that the doctor treating Prince, Nicole Mancha, and an un-named employee, both failed to identify what pills the singer actually took.

The family claims in the lawsuit that the hospital, Trinity Medical Center located in Moline, Illinois, failed to properly treat Prince after he became unresponsive while flying back to Minneapolis on April 14, 2016.

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The singer was given two doses of Naloxone, a drug created to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.

Two years after the untimely passing of the music superstar, Carver County attorney's office announces no evidence was found that could determine who provided Prince with the counterfeit Vicodin that was laced with fentanyl.

Prosecutors advised last week that Prince likely believed he was taking prescription drugs such as Vicodin, instead of the black market version containing fentanyl, a substance that is fifty times stronger than heroin.

At the medical center, Prince refused medical tests but was asked what drugs he took.

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The lawsuit, filed in Chicago's Cook County, also names Walgreens Co., alleging that pharmacists at two of its Minnesota branches dispensed "prescription medications not valid for a legitimate medical objective".

A hospital representative told the New York Times it does not comment on pending legal matters. A hospital pharmacist said it appeared to be Vicodin and returned it to Prince.

Prosecutors said last week that no chemical testing was done on the pill, but evidence suggests it was counterfeit and laced with fentanyl.

"We will have much to say when the time is right", attorney John Goetz said, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Authorities said Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg admitted that he prescribed oxycodone to Prince under Johnson's name to protect Prince's privacy. "Prince's family wishes, through its investigation, to shed additional light on what happened to Prince". At the same time, further light on the opiate epidemic will hopefully help the fight to save lives. As a result, his family chose to sue the hospital where Prince received treatment a week before his death, as well as pharmacy giant Walgreens.

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