2nd April, 2014

Tom Gilbart acts for care home as staff cleared of blame by coroner following violent attack and death of resident

NURSING staff have been cleared of any blame after a grandmother died 13 days after being savagely battered by a fellow resident in a care home.

Maureen Shone, aged 72, had been found lying on the floor of her bedroom following the attack by a fellow patient at Selwyn House, in Trentham.



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