Grand Villa of Delray Citations, Lawsuits, License Suspensions and Resident Complaints

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Grand Villa Delray Beach – A Tale of Two Facilities

Grand Villa operates two different Assisted Living Facilities in Delray Beach that are located within a mile of each other. One ALF is known as Grand Villa of Delray East while the other assisted living is called Grand Villa of Delray West. Both Grand Villa Delray assisted living facilities offer the same level of care, however, Grand Villa of Delray East has historically faced more trouble than its neighbor to the west.

This post has been updated 4-10-2019.

Grand Villa of Delray East Cited for Bad Reviews

Grand Villa of Delray East – Lawsuits, Complaints and License Issues

Our Boca area assisted living abuse attorneys have handled cases against Grand Villa of Delray East for neglect and we are well acquainted with the facility. In 2015, the Grand Villa East Delray facility was prevented from accepting new residents after a series of state surveys revealed widespread neglect. State investigators found that in some instances, the negligence of Grand Villa Delray East resulted in wrongful death.

Change in Ownership at Grand Villa of Delray East, But Has Anything Changed?

In a recent Change in Ownership survey, the Grand Villa East Delray ALF was cited for the ceiling being in disrepair and a strong smell of mildew in the hallway.

Prior Lawsuits Against Grand Villa of Delray East

Lawsuit information updated April 10, 2019.*

Estate of Esther Cohen v. Grand Villa of Delray East

Allegations: Violations of Chapter 429 resulting in nine different resident falls, eventually culminating in a spinal fracture and wrongful death.

Estate of Rubenstein v. Grand Villa of Delray East

Allegations: Mrs. Rubenstein fell on June 20, 2017 while a resident at Grand Villa East. She subsequently died on July 27, 2017, allegedly as a result of negligence on the part of Grand Villa.

Madris v. Grand Villa of Delray East

Allegations: This 2019 assisted living negligence lawsuit was filed by the guardian of the Grand Villa resident. The Complaint alleges that Grand Villa failed to monitor an uncontrolled and aggressive resident who attacked Mr. Madris and caused him to fall and break his hip.

Suspect your loved one was seriously injured or wrongfully died due to neglect at the Grand Villa of Delray East? Contact our Boynton nursing home abuse lawyers today for your free case consultation. Let our attorneys guide you on your journey to justice.

Suing Grand Villa of Delray West for Injuries, Falls and Death

Grand Villa of Delray West – Complaints, Reviews and Lawsuits

Located at 5859 Heritage Park Way, Delray Beach, FL, Grand Villa of Delray West has 167 beds inside the assisted living facility. The legal licensee for the facility is GV Delray West, LLC and the property is managed by IND-Ormond, LLC.

Recent Re-Licensure Survey Results in Multiple Violations

The State of Florida Agency for Healthcare performed an unannounced inspection of Grand Villa of Delray West on May 10, 2017. State surveyors cited Grand Villa of Delray West for the following deficiencies:

  • Violations of Florida Residents Rights: the facility failed to maintain policies related to reporting elder abuse and neglect.
  • Failing to provide access to a private telephone.
  • Failure to follow Florida Administrative Code on Staffing Standards for an assisted living facility. Grand Villa of Delray West staff did not have appropriate paperwork confirming they were free of communicable disease.
  • Failing to provide staff the appropriate in-service training materials. Required training materials for staff members include:
    • reporting major adverse incidents,
    • facility emergency procedures,
    • recognizing and reporting incidents of resident abuse and neglect,
    • preventing facility acquired bedsores,
    • preventing elopement from the facility.
  • Failing to ensure that all fire sprinkler heads are maintained in good working order in resident rooms.
  • Failing to report 3 incidents of resident injury, neglect, exploitation or abuse to the appropriate state authorities.
  • Older state surveys also indicate citations, violations and complaints against Grand Villa of Delray West for failing to appropriately document resident medication needs and failing to supervise at-risk residents.

Prior Lawsuits Against Grand Villa of Delray West

Lawsuit information updated April 10, 2019.*

Former residents and their families have sued Grand Villa of Delray West in the following civil lawsuits:

Estate of Gerald Alpert v. Grand Villa of Delray West

Allegations: Gerald Alpert suffered a fall on February 18, 2016 while a resident at Grand Villa Delray West and died 4 days later from blunt force trauma from the fall.

Estate of Hauptman v. Grand Villa of Delray West

Allegations: Ms. Hauptman was admitted into Grand Villa West on September 24, 2015. She was admitted into the memory care unit, required assistance with her ADLs and had a history of falls. On November 16, 2015, Ms. Haptman was noted to be “weak, pale, vomiting x 3 . . .” She was taken to Delray Medical Center where she was diagnosed with severe sepsis related to renal failure caused by urinary outlet obstruction from a kidney stone, and diarrhea for 5 days. She died on 11-24-2015.

Do you have a potential claim against Grand Villa of Delray West? Contact our caring and dedicated elder abuse attorneys today to discuss your potential case.

Attorney Disclaimer

*Each case is different. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome or indicate an expected outcome on your particular case. The above prior lawsuit information is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The information is not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship and is not intended to substitute for legal advice from an attorney. This individual case information above is publicly filed information gathered from the publicly filed complaint. This information and these cases are not the work of this law firm. The contents of this website should not be construed as legal advice on any specific fact or circumstance. Your receipt of such information does not create an attorney-client relationship with this law firm or any of its lawyers. You should not act or rely on any of the information contained herein without seeking professional legal advice. Speak with an attorney immediately if you believe you have a viable case against a nursing home, assisted living facility or medical facility. 

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