What is nursing home and/or long-term care facility negligence?
Nursing home and/or long-term care facility negligence is a breach of duty or substandard care that results in harm to the resident.
When you make the difficult decision to entrust a loved one to a nursing home and/or long-term care facility, you have the right to expect that they will be properly cared for and treated with respect. Unfortunately, the abuse, neglect, or exploitation of residents of these types of institutions happens all too often when nursing homes sacrifice resident safety to increase profits by taking advantage of the vulnerable state of this population.
The types of Nursing Home and/or Long-Term Care Facility Negligence cases we handle include but are not limited to:
- Physical or sexual abuse
- Ulcers, open wounds, or bed sores
- Medical errors
- Substandard care (inadequate supervision)
- Slips and falls
- Verbal, emotional, or psychological abuse
- Dehydration, malnutrition, and weight loss
At Lyndsay Markley Law we believe that your loved one deserves dignity, respect, safety, and proper care. We represent persons injured by the careless or intentional acts of nursing homes and long-term care facilities. If you or your loved one has experienced any of the conduct listed above while receiving care at a nursing home or long-term care facility, call our office immediately for a free consultation about your legal rights.
NURSING HOME NEGLIGENCE SUCCESS STORY
$3 Million – Wrongful Death Case
Confidential settlement in a wrongful death case arising from negligence
$3.05 Million – Physical Abuse Case
Settlement on behalf of survivors of physical abuse