Broward Assisted Living Facility Coronavirus Claims
If your family member got sick or died from COVID-19 in a nursing home in Broward County, Florida, call our Broward coronavirus attorneys at (800) 337-7755 for a free case evaluation. Many of the serious injuries or deaths were likely preventable, and you may be entitled to compensation for the loss of your loved one or for medical expenses, pain and suffering and more for any required hospitalization as a result of your family member contracting coronavirus or COVID-19 an ALF or assisted living facility in Tamarac, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines or anywhere else in South Florida.Reported Coronavirus Cases In Broward County
The number of reported coronavirus cases and deaths in Broward County has been increasing at an alarming rate, according to media reports. Every day, it seems that our loved ones who are in assisted-living facilities throughout Broward County are susceptible to contracting to potentially deadly virus.Which Assisted Living Facilities In Broward County Have Coronavirus?
Several assisted living facilities throughout Broward County have reported coronavirus cases, with many more having presumptive positive cases of coronavirus. These include, according to media reports:
Court of Palm Aire - At least two skilled nursing residents at the Court at Palm Aire died as a result of COVID-19, according to reports, with at least five others testing positive.
Alexander Nininger State Veterans Nursing Home in Pembroke Pines - At least two veterans living at the nursing home died after contracting COVID-19, with at least eight others hospitalized from the virus, according to reports.
HarborChase, an assisted living facility in Tamarac - According to media reports, at least one resident at the Tamarac assisted living facility tested positive for COVID-19.
Atria Tamarac - According to the news outlets, at least two residents of Atria Tamarac tested positive for COVID-19.
Blue Lagoon in Miami - At least to residence of Blue Lagoon in Miami tested positive for coronavirus, according to reports.
Atria Willow Wood - This assisted living facility had multiple deaths and hospitalizations of the residents reportedly with COVID-19.
Residential Plaza – Several employees and residents have reportedly tested positive for COVID -19.
According to state representatives, at least 19 nursing homes or assisted-living facilities in Florida had suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19.What Can I Do With My Family Member Got Coronavirus At An Assisted Living Facility In Broward?
Call our coronavirus hotline today at (800) 337-7755 for free case evaluation. Our Broward nursing home and assisted living facility lawyers can review your case to see whether or not you may be able to bring a negligence claim against the assisted living facility. Many assisted-living facilities had advanced notice of the danger of COVID-19, yet subjected their residents who are already susceptible with underlying pre-existing conditions.Am I Owed Money If My Loved One Got Sick Or Died In An Assisted Living Facility In Broward?
Similar to some who contracted COVID-19 at a nursing home in Miami, in the case of the death of a loved one at the Broward county assisted living facility, there are several considerations for what a victim or the family may be entitled to. Certain family members may be entitled to compensation for their emotional loss and suffering, funeral expenses and medical expenses related to COVID-19 treatment. If the person had any assets, our Broward County probate lawyers can help set up an estate to determine what assets the person had and who may be entitled to the assets through the probate process. Beneficiaries of the probate estate may be different under Florida’s wrongful death act versus survivors entitled to compensation through the wrongful death case.
If a family member contracted COVID-19 at an assisted living facility and required hospitalization, including intubation or had to be put on a ventilator, your family member may be entitled to compensation for his or her pain and suffering, medical expenses, and more.File A Lawsuit Against A Broward Assisted Living Facility For Covid-19
If your parent or spouse died in an assisted living facility in Broward from COVID-19, you may have a Broward wrongful death case against the ALF. Like those being investigated for Miami coronavirus wrongful death, you may be able to file a Broward coronavirus lawsuit for the wrongful death of your family member.
Call our Broward assisted living facility lawyers at (800) 335-7755 for a free consultation. There are no fees or costs if there is no recovery.