Lawsuit Against Windsor Reflections at Lakewood Ranch

Senior Justice Law Firm just filed a lawsuit against Windsor Reflections at Lakewood Ranch alleging negligence.  The lawsuit names Lakewood Memory Care, LLC and Legend Senior, LLC as defendants in the Bradenton, FL ALF negligence lawsuit.

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More about the defendants named in the lawsuit against Windsor Reflections at Lakewood Ranch

Windsor Reflection at Lakewood Ranch is a 62 bed assisted living facility located at 8230 Natures Way, Bradenton, Fl 24303 in Manatee County.   The Licensee of the facility is Lakewood Memory Care, LLC, which is a Kansas limited liability company located at 8415 E. 21st Street North, Suite 100, Wichita, Kansas 67206, with a principal place of business at 8230 Natures Way, Bradenton, Fl 24303. The management company for the facility is Legend senior Living, LLC, which is also a Kansas limited liability company located at 8415 E. 21st Street North, Suite 100, Wichita, Kansas 67206.  The Complaint alleges that both defendants were negligent in their care of Laurie Hudson.

Factual background for the lawsuit against Windsor Reflections at Lakewood Ranch

 

Allegations of negligence in lawsuit against Windsor Reflections at Lakewood Ranch

The publicly filed Complaint alleges, in pertinent part:

ALLEGATIONS AGAINST WINDSOR REFLECTIONS

13. At all times material hereto, the Defendant, WINDSOR REFLECTIONS, was the licensee of the assisted living facility, which was authorized to do business in the State of Florida and to operate an assisted living facility under the name of WINDSOR REFLECTIONS AT LAKEWOOD RANCH and is subject to the provisions of Florida Statutes Chapter 429.
14. At all times material hereto, the Defendant, WINDSOR REFLECTIONS employed the nurses and caretakers at the facility, and is therefore responsible for their tortious conduct.
15. At all times material hereto, the Defendant, WINDSOR REFLECTIONS, was operating the subject facility and/or had a non-delegable duty to ensure reasonable operation of the facility and reasonable care to residents, as the licensee of the facility, licensed as an assisted living facility as that term is defined in Florida Statutes Chapter 429.
16. WINDSOR REFLECTIONS owed a duty to its residents to provide reasonable care.

ALLEGATIONS AGAINST LEGEND SENIOR LIVING

17. At all times material, LEGEND SENIOR LIVING, was the management company/manager and/or owner of the subject assisted living facility.
18. At all times material hereto the Defendant, LEGEND SENIOR LIVING, was in the business of owning, managing, and/or maintaining assisted living facilities and related health care facilities, including the subject facility out of its corporate office.
19. At all times material hereto, the Defendant, LEGEND SENIOR LIVING, was operating the subject facility, which was licensed as an assisted living facility as that term is defined in Florida Statutes Chapter 429, and employed the nurses and caretakers at the facility, and is therefore responsible for their tortious conduct.
20. At all times material hereto, the Defendant, LEGEND SENIOR LIVING, was operating the Defendants’ facility and/or had a non-delegable duty to ensure reasonable operation of the facility and reasonable care to residents, as the management company for the facility, which was licensed as an assisted living facility as that term is defined in Florida Statutes Chapter 429.

FACTS GIVING RISE TO THIS CAUSE OF ACTION

21. LAURIE LOGAN HUDSON was admitted to the subject assisted living facility for care and supervision. At all times material, LAURIE LOGAN HUDSON required supervision and/or assistance with activities of daily living, including but not limited to ambulation, fall prevention, bathing, dressing, toileting and medication management.
22. LAURIE LOGAN HUDSON was known to be a high risk for falls and required appropriate fall precautions and supervision for her safety.
23. Despite her high fall risk classification, proper fall preventative measures were not implemented at the subject ALF. Consequently, LAURIE LOGAN HUDSON suffered falls at WINDSOR REFLECTIONS AT LAKEWOOD RANCH.
24. On or around April 20, 2018, a Windsor Reflections staff member was transferring Ms. Hudson. The staff member dropped Ms. Hudson, and she landed on her right side. No injuries were noted in this incident.
25. Just three days later, on or around April 23, 2018, another Windsor Reflections staff member was transferring and/or changing Ms. Hudson in a chair. Ms. Hudson was dropped and/or fell during this incident as well. As a result, Ms. Hudson hit her neck and cervical spine and lost consciousness.
26. Her fall-related injuries caused her grievous injury, including but not limited to paralysis.
27. Due to her fall-related injuries, LAURIE LOGAN HUDSON’ underlying health conditions, both physical and mental, were greatly compromised.
28. LAURIE LOGAN HUDSON was rendered a quadriplegic after the staff at WINDSOR REFLECTION AT LAKEWOOD RANCH dropped her and/or allowed her to fall backwards on or around April 23, 2018.
29. LAURIE LOGAN HUDSON still suffers from the repeated falls and facility acquired injuries to this day.

Do you have a potential lawsuit against Windsor Reflections at Lakewood Ranch?

If you think you or a loved one suffered neglect or abuse at the facility, you may have a lawsuit against Windsor Reflection at Lakewood Ranch.  It is important to choose attorneys that have experience litigating elder abuse cases against Windsor Reflection at Lakewood Ranch.  The attorneys at Senior Justice Law Firm focus their practice on fighting neglect and abuse at nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Call us today at 1-844-253-8919.

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