You have made the difficult decision of placing a loved one into a nursing home. You rely on the nursing home to provide much needed care for your loved one. You may have even paid a significant amount of money for a greater level of care. However, what happens when the nursing home you have trusted has disregarded their obligations and promises made to you.  If the nursing care you have entrusted has failed to provide adequate care which has resulted in a serious injury or even death to your loved one, do not delay in calling us for a free case evaluation.

The nursing home has a responsibility to ensure that residents are safe while in their care, custody and control. They owe a duty of care to its residents to ensure the nursing home is safe and does not create a dangerous risk, such as physical neglect impacting basic hygiene, assistance with eating and help with mobility, slow response to calls, poor food quality, staffing issues, medication errors, slips, trips and falls and so forth.

This duty of care to exercise reasonable care is especially true when it comes to the CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) pandemic. The nursing home has a duty to ensure proper safety protocols are in place and infected people do not meet residents.

If you or your family member are injured in a nursing home, it is critical you obtain legal advice as soon as possible.

We will work with you and your family with care and compassion and help you find the answers and compensation you deserve. We will conduct a thorough investigation to determine the type of negligence claim that exists, and we will vigorously pursue a claim on your and your family’s behalf seeking compensation for you and your family’s losses. Call us today.

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