Since 1981, Sunrise Senior Living has been providing health care to seniors and those in need of assisted living. Now Sunrise is an international company with over 31,000 units in three countries: the U.S., Canada and the UK. They are based in McLean, Virginia and offer a variety of healthcare facilities.
Around the world, Sunrise Senior Living has over 300 facilities dedicated to assisting those in need of living assistance. In the U.S., it has over 40,000 beds in almost every state in the U.S, with over 30 states having locations. Locations are coast to coast, with facilities in California, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida to name a few.
As is typical among large companies in the nursing home industry, Sunrise has many facilities that are well below standard. In Florida, recent inspections have given the two Sunrise facilities there a 1 star rating, the lowest available. Kentucky’s two locations with Medicare and Medicaid have 1 and 2 stars respectively, well below average.
Nursing homes are a large part of what Sunrise Senior Living does, but it is not the only service it provides. Some of the other facilities and services are:
- Alzheimer’s Care
- Assisted Living
- Independent Living
- Short-term Care
Lawsuits Against Sunrise Senior Living
As with any nursing home of this size with low ratings in Medicare inspections, Sunrise has had plenty of lawsuits for negligence and even deaths in their facilities. In California they were ordered to pay $2 million in damages for a wrongful death suit just before another lawsuit hit for sexual molestation was filed in the same state.
Sunrise Healthcare Nursing Home Lawyers
If your loved one was mistreated or neglected during an admission to a Sunrise Nursing Home, the law affords you the opportunity to pursue the facility for damages. Please contact our nursing home attorneys for a free consultation of your loved one suffered from:
- Bed sores
- Repeated falls
- Unexplained fractures
- Physical abuse
- Medical errors
Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers is a team of nursing home negligence attorneys who work to protect resident rights. We offer free consultations and only charge a fee if there is a recovery for you. Put our team to work for you today and get the results that you deserve.
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