Lawsuits Against HarborChase of Venice

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Have you or a loved one suffered an injury at HarborChase in Venice, Florida?  If so, you should consider legal action.  There have been four lawsuits against HarborChase of Venice in the last 4 years alleging assisted living facility negligence and abuse.  If you believe you or someone close to you was injured, call 561-717-0817 for a cost free consultation with the experienced attorneys at Senior Justice Law Firm.

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HarborChase of Venice is an Assisted Living Facility that is located at 950 Pinebrook Road, Venice, Florida 34285-7147.  HarborChase of Venice has 108 beds in the assisted living facility.  The facility is owned by Prime Care One, LLC, who is also the licensee.  HarborChase of Venice is run as a for-profit entity.  The management company that runs the faciliuty is Harbor Venice Management LLC.  Most, if not all, of the lawsuits against HarborChase of Venice are brought in the county of the facility: Sarasota County.

There have been four lawsuits against HarborChase of Venice in the last four years alleging assisted living facility abuse and negligence.  For a brief summary of the complaints alleged in those cases, see below.

Lawsuits Against HarborChase of Venice #1 – Scott v. HarborChase of Venice

The most recent of the lawsuits against HarborChase of Venice was Scott v. HarborChase of Venice.  In this case, which was filed on October 12, 2017, the Complaint alleges that Mrs. Scott developed bedsores at the facility.  It is alleged that Mrs. Scott did not have any skin breakdowns prior to admission at HarborChase of Venice and was discharged with pressure sores on her coccyx area.  These facility acquired bedsores allegedly led to an ongoing decline Mrs. Scott’s health and well-being.

Bedsores are a “never event” at facility, because with adequate repositioning, diet and care, they should be preventable.  Click on the following link for more information on bedsores and bedsore lawsuits.

Lawsuits Against HarborChase of Venice #2 – Estate of Warren Sidney Peterson v. HarborChase of Venice

The second most recent of the lawsuits against HarborChase of Venice was Estate of Warren Sidney Peterson v. HarborChase of Venice.  In this case, filed on October 21, 2016, the Complaint alleges that Mr. Peterson suffered from aspirational pneumonia, which led to his death.  According to the Complaint, the facility did not properly assess his risk for aspirating and failed to appropriately intervene to prevent aspirations from occurring.  Allegedly, Mr. Peterson vomited, which led to the aspirational event.

Aspirational pneumonia can be a deadly event at an assisted living facility.  To learn more about swallowing, choking and aspirational pneumonia, click here for information on choking at an assisted living facility.

Lawsuits Against HarborChase of Venice #3 – Gutch v. HarborChase of Venice

The third most recent of the lawsuits against HarborChase of Venice was Gutch v. HarborChase of Venice.  In this case, filed on August 31, 2016, the Complaint alleges that Mr. Gutch suffered from bedsores and malnutrition and dehydration.

If a facility does not provide enough food and liquid to a resident, serious injuries can occur.  To learn more about dehydration and malnutrition, click here.

Lawsuits Against HarborChase of Venice #4 – Estate of William A. Muth v. HarborChase of Venice

The fourth most recent of the lawsuits against HarborChase of Venice was Estate of William A. Muth v. HarborChase of Venice.  In this case, filed on April 27, 2015, the Complaint alleges that Mr. Muth suffered multiple falls, which led to his death.  Additionally, the facility allegedly failed to provide adequate hygiene and failed to monitor significant signs of infection.  According to the Complaint, the facility focused on maximizing the amount of residents in the facility to increase profit without adequately staffing for those increases.  The understaffing led to accidents, such as Mr. Muth’s falls and infection, according to the Complaint.

Falls can be a deadly event at an assisted living facility.  Click on the link to learn more about falls.

There have been a number of lawsuits against HarborChase of Venice alleging neglect and abuse.  If you or a loved on has suffered there, call Senior Justice Law Firm.
561-717-0817

 

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