Nursing Home Negligence Attorneys | Romanucci & Blandin
There are many adults who are residents of nursing homes, and both the residents and their families place a great deal of trust in the nursing home and staff to take great care of them. There are unfortunate situations however, when the residents of a nursing home are neglected, and that negligence can cause the residents to sustain critical injuries or the negligence can lead to wrongful death in severe situations. If you or a loved one were the victim of neglect that caused personal injuries in a nursing home in Illinois, RB Law is here to help you.
Neglect in a nursing home can come in various forms, including:
- Inadequate monitoring of residents – Residents can suffer from serious accidents if they are not adequately monitored by the nursing home staff. Nursing home falls are among the types of accidents residents can suffer from.
- Inadequate nutrition – If residents are not provided with healthy meals, they can develop serious illnesses as a result.
- Medication errors – If residents are given an incorrect dosage or a wrong medication, they can have serious or even fatal consequences.
- Not Allowing Regular Movement of Residents – If a resident in immobile or bedridden, if they are not moved regularly, they can develop decubitus ulcers (bedsores), which in some situations can lead to amputation of a limb or wrongful death
Nursing Home Neglect
RB Law has vast experience handling cases of nursing home abuse for our clients, and many of those cases were cases of neglect. When you or a loved one has suffered from neglect, and are now ill or injured as a result, it can be devastating. RB Law has the expertise and necessary skills to help you with your case. The nursing home needs to be held accountable for their actions, and our Chicago nursing home neglect attorneys will get you the compensation you deserve.
Free Consultation with a Chicago Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer
If you have questions regarding your nursing home abuse injury case, contact us today for a free consultation at (312) 458-1000, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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