Cases We Filed This Month: January 2023

Skilled Nursing Facility – Kyle, TX
Claim: Facility allowed resident to develop severe stage 4 bedsore, leading to death.

Skilled Nursing Facility – Rockwall, TX
Claim: High fall risk dementia patient fell and fractured hip after admission, facility failed to transport to hospital for two days, resident passed away a month later.

Skilled Nursing Facility—Houston, TX
Claim: Resident was improperly transferred out of bed, resulting in severe laceration in leg that got infected, requiring hospitalization.

Skilled Nursing Facility—Austin, TX
Claim: Resident, who was a high fall risk after a stroke, fell and hit head, leading to subdural hemorrhage and death.

Hospital—Harlingen, TX
Claim: Patient was recovering at hospital after car accident, facility failed to turn him, resulting in severe stage 4 pressure ulcer and death.

Skilled Nursing Facilities—Sugar Land, TX
Claim: First facility allowed a severe pressure ulcer to develop while second facility allowed it to progress to stage 4. Resident underwent several surgeries before eventually passing.

Skilled Nursing Facility—Groesbeck, TX
Claim: Resident, who is wheelchair bound due to spina bifida, wasn’t turned properly at facility and developed severe stage 4 sacral pressure ulcer.

Skilled Nursing Facility—Pearland, TX
Claim: Long-term resident with seizure disorder developed stage 4 sacral pressure ulcer, resulting in sepsis and several hospitalizations before his death.

Skilled Nursing Facility—Kerens, TX
Claim: Long-term care resident fell at facility and hit his head, resulting in a traumatic brain injury and his eventual death.

Skilled Nursing Facility—Caldwell, TX
Claim: While recovering from hip surgery, resident developed stage 4 sacral pressure ulcer, resulting in hospitalization and his eventual death.

Hospital—Rowlett, TX
Claim: Patient developed a severe stage 4 sacral pressure ulcer while in intensive care.

Skilled Nursing Facility—Fort Worth, TX
Claim: Resident developed a severe stage 4 sacral pressure ulcer while rehabbing from a back surgery, eventually passing away.

Skilled Nursing Facility—Arlington, TX
Claim: Long-term care resident developed stage 4 sacral pressure ulcer, requiring multiple hospitalizations and surgery.

Hospital—Houston, TX
Claim: Patient developed sacral pressure ulcer during hospital stay for colitis.

Skilled Nursing Facility—La Marque, TX
Claim: Facility allowed resident’s sacral pressure ulcer to advance to stage 4, resulting in resident being placed on hospice before shortly passing.

Skilled Nursing Facility—San Augustine, TX
Claim: Facility delayed treating and transferring resident with history of bowel impaction to the hospital, resulting in her death from a perforated bowel that had become septic.

Skilled Nursing Facility—Duncanville, TX
Claim: Dementia resident developed severe stage 4 sacral pressure ulcer down to the bone, requiring multiple hospitalizations and death.

Skilled Nursing Facility—El Paso, TX
Claim: Long-term resident developed stage 4 sacral pressure ulcer, resulting in sepsis and death.

Skilled Nursing Facility—Pharr, TX
Claim: Dementia resident developed a stage 3 sacral pressure ulcer, requiring hospitalization and debridement.

Skilled Nursing Facility—McAllen, TX
Claim: Facility allowed resident’s sacral pressure ulcer to progress to stage 4, requiring multiple hospitalizations and death.


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