When you place your elderly loved one in a nursing home facility, it typically follows much consideration as to the needs of the elderly. You want to make sure that your loved one will be well-cared for and safe. Unfortunately, negligence is all too common.
General nursing home neglect can be a simple lack of staff interest in not providing for residents’ basic needs including water, food, and a clean and healthy environment. This form of negligence can lead to more serious illnesses and medical conditions. Bed sores and falls are a typical example of conditions that are relatively easy to prevent but far too common in many nursing centers.
A lawsuit may be the only way to seek justice and compensation for negligence. It may also be a means to improve safety and quality of care.
A deceased man’s family filed a wrongful death claim against a nursing home and their nurses, alleging negligence in failing to provide adequate assistance and implement a care plan to address the man’s risk of falling. As a result, he suffered a fall that caused a right femoral neck fracture and a brain contusion, which contributed to his death, states the complaint. The plaintiffs seek judgment against the defendants in an amount greater than $50,000.
Too often, overworked nurses, under-trained staff, and administration who only care about the financial bottom line create an environment where negligence is far too common. It happens in small, independently run nursing homes as well as large conglomerates.
If you or a loved one suffered physical or emotional injuries because an assisted living facility or nursing home was negligent or failed to fulfill its care obligations to you and your family, you may have grounds for a nursing home/assisted living negligence case. Contact an experience attorney as soon as possible. If you are in need of financial support until the case settles, contact the litigation funding experts at Lawsuit Financial.
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There is no need to settle too soon, for too little or struggle financially when Lawsuit Financial is here to help. If you are currently in a pending nursing home lawsuit, but need financial assistance to see your case through to the end, acquiring litigation funding could be the monetary flexibility needed to hold out for a greater settlement. Visit us online to complete our quick and easy application or call our office 1-877-377-SUIT (7848) to discuss your financial needs.