A common complaint in class action against nursing homes is that they are understaffed and do not provide proper care for residents. This class action brings suit against Brookdale Richmond Place SNF in Kentucky, plus a long list of related entities and individuals, for misrepresenting the size of its staff and the number of hours they worked.
The complaint for this class action says that the Bay Park Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in the Bronx, New York does not maintain sufficient staff for the safety, care, and health of its residents. It claims that Bay Park Center for Nursing and Rehabilitiation, LLC, SentosaCare, LLC, and a group of individual defendants have violated Section 2801-d of New York’s Public Health Law (PHL).
People trust assisted living facilities to provide all the care needed for their older relatives—certainly all the care they pay for. But the complaint for this class action alleges that Sunrise Senior Living, LLC simply does not employ enough staff members to adequately care for its residents.
Grace Healthcare has agreed to settle combined lawsuits alleging that it chronically understaffed its nursing homes in Benton and Maumelle, Arkansas, leading to insufficient patient care. The complaint for this class action charges that Grace violated the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, the Residents’ Rights Act, and the Resident’s Admission Agreement for the nursing home.