What happened to Prince is happening to families across America.
The wrongful-death lawsuit filed in Cook County, Ill., alleges a doctor and pharmacist at Trinity Medical Center in Moline, Ill., failed to appropriately treat and investigate Prince's overdose on April 15, 2016, and that he died "as a direct and proximate cause of one or more.deviations from the standards of care".
Filed by the trustee of the recording artist's estate Friday, the lawsuit accuses Trinity Medical Center in Moline, Ill., of not properly investigating or treating Prince's overdose.
"We will have much to say when the time is right".
"The family wishes through its investigation to shed light on this epidemic and how to better the fight to save lives".
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Just days before his death Prince collapsed, and it's believed that incident was also caused by him taking a counterfeit Vicodin pill. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. He died from an accidental overdose of the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl.
The results of the investigation, released last week, confirmed that prosecutors would not press criminal charges in relation to the singer's death.
Walgreens and the hospital declined comment on the lawsuit, saying they do not comment on ongoing litigation.
It was initially reported that the emergency landing was due to Prince suffering from flu. Medical staff administered two doses of Narcan to revive him. That pill was sent to a pharmacist who said it appeared to be Vicodin, but prosecutors are stating that chemical testing was not performed on the pill.
Following the musician's death, longtime friend Sheila E. said that Prince took opioid painkillers to treat years of hip and knee pain that were the caused by decades of demanding performances in heels. Schulenberg disputes that, but paid $30,000 to settle allegations the drug was prescribed illegally.