Do I have a Case against a Nursing Home if I am Injured after Falling Out of a Wheelchair?

Unfortunately, injuries are a part of life and also occur in nursing homes where we place loved ones to be safe if they can no longer live or care for themselves. One of these unfortunate injuries that can occur is falling out of a wheelchair. Allowing a nursing home resident to sit comfortably in their … Read more

Do You Have A Nursing Home Case if Your Family Member Is Injured Falling Out Of Bed?

Unfortunately, injuries are a part of life and also occur in nursing homes where we place loved ones to be safe if they can no longer live or care for themselves. However they also serve as rehabilitation centers for everyday people recovering from major surgery. One of these unfortunate injuries that can occur is falling … Read more

Roles And Responsibilities Of The Nursing Staff At A Pennsylvania Nursing Home

If you or a loved one was subject to nursing home neglect during a stay at a nursing home, it may be confusing how it happened and who was at fault. The nursing staff at the nursing home have different training, roles, and responsibilities so not all may be equally culpable. Below are summaries of … Read more

Is Your Attending Doctor At Fault For Your Nursing Home Injury?

When you or a loved one suffer a serious injury at a nursing home in New Jersey, you will likely focus on the nursing staff for being at fault. The nurses at the home are the ones who regularly treat you and with whom you have the most contact. However the person who is ultimately … Read more

Do You Have A Claim For At Home Nursing Care Neglect?

Like any health care professional, a nurse providing at home nursing care must adhere to a certain “standard of care” that other nurses in their field practice.  If they do not, and you or a loved one suffer harm as a result, you could have a nursing malpractice lawsuit against the nurse and the company … Read more

Do You Have A Malpractice/Negligence Claim For Bed Sores?

Every year, many patients die from a facility acquired bed sore because of poor medical care or improper monitoring. Bed Sores, also known as pressure ulcers, pressure sores or decubitus ulcers, are preventable wounds caused by unrelieved pressure on the skin. They may be a result of nursing home abuse or neglect, or hospital negligence. … Read more