This case involves an elderly man in a long-term care facility who was injured while in his power wheelchair. He had been prescribed a power wheelchair by his primary care doctor because his mobility had become very limited. He had just received the chair three days before the incident. On the evening in question, he was in the bathroom preparing for bed. As he was brushing his teeth, he dropped his toothbrush and reached down to pick it up. On his way back up, the man hit the lever that activates the chair and it spun in a circular motion. The turn caused him to hit his head on ceramic tile. The plaintiff alleged the car facility did not provide enough training for him to safely and proper operate the vehicle.