The plaintiff was injured in the process of being physically restrained by security guards at the London Hospital pursuant to a medical order. He sued the hospital and the security guards for damages, alleging that the restraint was unnecessary and the force used was excessive. He further alleged that the room that he was admitted to was not a safe and appropriate environment, and that his blood was taken without his consent. Following a trial, Justice Leitch dismissed the claim, holding that security used proper use of force protocols and that there was no blood taken without consent. With respect to security measures, the court accepted the evidence of the defendants’ expert as to the applicable standard in the circumstances.