PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia nursing home believes a defendant who formerly resided at the facility for just more than three months in 2015, has outstanding expenses due to the facility in excess of $17,000.00.
River’s Edge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center of Philadelphia filed suit in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas on June 21 versus Mary Glassmire, also of Philadelphia.
“Mary Glassmire was admitted to plaintiff’s facility on April 27, 2015. [Mary] Glassmire was discharged from plaintiff’s facility on Aug. 5, 2015. [Mary] Glassmire received necessary services from plaintiff. [Mary] Glassmire incurred necessary [medical, residential and daily living] service expenses at plaintiff’s facility,” the complaint says.
According to the complaint, Glassmire refused to provide payment for services rendered, in breach of a contract signed upon her admission into the facility, and her itemized expenses are as follows:
Attorney’s Fees: $2,520.00
For counts of breach of contract, breach of implied-in-fact contract and unjust enrichment/quantum meruit, the plaintiff is seeking judgment of $17,342.89, an accounting of the defendant’s assets, attorney’s fees and other relief the Court deems appropriate in this matter.
The plaintiff is represented by Dennis C. Vondran Jr. of the Law Offices of Brian Scott Dietrich, in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas case 170602177
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