Recently a Brooklyn lawsuit returned a $145,000 settlement for the plaintiff in a lawsuit against Sea Crest Nursing and Rehabilitation. The date of resolution of the case was March 11, 2020.
Lawsuit Against Sea Crest Nursing and Rehabilitation Facts
In the case of Florence Feinstein vs. Sea Crest Health Care Center, the Feinstein family alleged wrongful death of their loved one, Florence, due to negligence and poor care at Sea Crest. The case involved bedsores on Ms. Feinstein’s legs and back, dehydration, MRSA infection, acute kidney malfunction and general decline resulting in the passing away of Ms. Feinstein.
The legal team for Sea Crest denied wrongdoing and legal causation of Ms. Feinstein’s injuries.
The case was brought pursuant to Public Health Laws Secs. 2801-d. and 2803-c.
Settlement Terms of the Lawsuit Against Sea Crest Health Care Center
The case was brought by Ms. Feinstein’s surviving family member, who served as executor of her estate. An interim settlement order directs the Surrogate Court, and not the Supreme Court, to handle the distribution and allocation of the settlement proceeds.
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