This addiction psychiatry case involves a patient who suffered injuries at a addiction rehabilitation center located in Oregon. The rehab center conducted an assessment upon intake of the patient and they noted that the patient was suffering from “hallucinations” as result of his addiction to, and withdrawal from, alcohol. On one occasion, the patient was taken to the hospital because he was complaining of head pain and nausea. After returning from the hospital, the patient became increasingly erratic and was experiencing hallucinations. The patient was in a state of delirium and thought the building was on fire. The staff at the rehab center allowed him access to a restricted area on the third floor where he picked up a fire extinguisher and broke a window and jumped out. The man suffered severe bodily injuries. It is alleged that the rehabilitation staff was negligent and did not take the necessary measures to constrain the individual and prevent him from accessing restricted areas.