Lawsuits Against Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center

Nursing home abuse and neglect alleged in lawsuits against orange city nursing and rehab center.

Background Info on Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center

About the Facility

Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center is a nursing home in Volusia County, Florida.  The facility can be found at 2810 Enterprise Road, Debary, FL 32713.  The facility is large, and can house up to 120 residents.  The average occupancy rate according to Florida Health Finder is 87.5%.  The facility is split into 12 private rooms and 54 2-bed rooms.  The current license with the Agency for Health Care Administration is active as of October 1, 2018.  The current license is set to expire on September 30, 2019.

Ownership of the Facility

The entity that holds the license to the facility is Sovereign Healthcare of Orange City, LLC.  This limited liability corporation is based out of Delaware, but registered to do business in the state of Florida.  The LLC’s principal address is 101 Sunnytown Road, Suite 201, Casselberry, FL 32707.  The licensee is wholly owned by Sovereign Healthcare Holdings, LLC, which is also a Delaware LLC registered with a principal address of 101 Sunnytown Road, Suite 201, Casselberry, FL 32707.

The management company that runs the facility, Southern Healthcare Management, LLC, is also a foreign limited liability company. The principal mailing address for the management company is also 101 Sunnytown Road, Suite 201, Casselberry, FL 32707, which shows that these entities are all related parties.

Sovereign Lawsuits and lawsuits against Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center

Are There Recent Lawsuits Against Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center?

Yes, there are multiple recent lawsuits against Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center alleging abuse and neglect.  Below are a few recent lawsuits against Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center:

Edwin R. Bogart v. Sovereign Healthcare of Orange City LLC, Etc. Et Al – Most Recent of the Lawsuits Against Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center

The most recent of the lawsuits against Orange City Nursing Home and Rehab Center was filed on April 6, 2017.  In this case, Mr. Bogart was admitted to the rehab center for recovery from a right ankle fracture.  Sadly, according to the Complaint, Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center failed their statutory duty under Chapter 400.022 of the Florida Statutes to provide Mr. Bogart with his nursing home residents’ rights, including (but not limited to):

  • “failing to provide an environment where EDWIN R. BOGART was free from abuse
  • “failing to provide adequate and appropriate care and treatment, nursing services, physician services, and other health care”
  • “failing to implement physician’s orders
  • “failing to provide sufficient and adequate rehabilitative and restorative therapy
  • “failing to properly supervise and train staff

The Complaint alleges these failures led to serious injury to the Plaintiff.

Marisel Morales, Etc. v. Sovereign Healthcare of Orange City LLC, Etc.  – Second Most Recent of the Lawsuits Against Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center

The second most recent of the lawsuits against Orange City Nursing Home and Rehab Center regarded the treatment of Ms. Morales.  This case was filed in the Seventh Judicial Circuit on January 19, 2017.  Ms. Morales was a 76 year-old resident on or around June 6, 2016, when she allegedly suffered a fractured left femur.  According to the Complaint, Ms. Morales was a fall risk and needed help ambulating.  The Complaint alleges a preventable fall caused this injury, which led to significant pain and suffering for Ms. Morales.

Judith Beland, Et Al. v. Sovereign Healthcare of Orange City LLC, Etc.  – Second Most Recent of the Lawsuits Against Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center

The third most recent of the lawsuits against Orange City Nursing Home and Rehab Center was filed on behalf of the estate of Norman Beland.  In this case, Mr. Beland was admitted to the Facility following hospitalization for pneumonia.  He needed assistance with transferring from his wheelchair to his bed.  Sadly, the Complaint alleges that Mr. Beland suffered a preventable fall during a transfer.  The fall resulted in a fractured knee and drastic decline in Mr. Beland’s physical condition.

Should I Consider Filing Lawsuits Against Orange City Nursing and Rehab Center?

Many people ask whether they have a case. The only way to determine if you have a suit is to call experienced nursing home abuse attorneys to discuss your case.  Senior Justice Law Firm dedicates their practice to long-term care abuse litigation, and offers potential clients free consultations to discuss the facts of your potential suit.

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