Lawsuits against living facilities | Romanucci & Blandin
When a family places their loved one in an assisted living facility, they are entrusting the facility to provide proper care for their loved one. Assisted living facilities are usually chosen for loved ones who do not yet require the constant attention of a nursing home, but still need assistance with their daily activities.
Section 295.2000 of The Illinois Department of Public Health Assisted Living Code says that an assisted living facility is not allowed to admit a resident or keep a resident in their facility if the resident requires any type of service that the facility is unable to provide. Unfortunately, there are instances where an assisted living facility fails to adhere to the Assisted Living Code and they keep a resident at their facility even though the resident has a condition that the facility is unable to provide care and services for.
If this situation has occurred for your family, your loved one may have suffered serious injury or death because of it and our lawyers against assisted living facilities are here to help you with your case.
Lawsuits Against Assisted Living Facilities Attorneys Serving Cook County, DuPage County and all of Illinois
Romanucci & Blandin have handled numerous lawsuits against assisted living facilities, including cases of:
- Bed sores/pressure sores
- Medication administration errors
- Physical abuse
- Wrongful death
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If you have questions regarding your lawsuit against an assisted living facility, contact us today for a free consultation at (312) 458-1000, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact the Chicago Nursing Home Negligence lawyers at Romanucci & Blandin for a free consultation if you or a family member has been seriously injured or killed because of an assisted living facility’s negligence.