In a new video FAQ, Hach & Rose, LLP attorney John Blyth discusses the basic rights that every nursing home resident has according to the laws in New York State. He states that they should treat all residents with dignity and respect, as well as provide high-quality medical care. If a nursing home fails to do so for its residents, the victims and their families may be eligible to take legal action to hold the facility accountable for the negligent actions of its staff, management, and ownership. The New York nursing home abuse attorneys of Hach & Rose, LLP are prepared to help you if your loved one suffered mistreatment while in the care of a nursing home facility, so contact us at (212) 779-0057 today.
Hach & Rose attorney John Blyth discusses what it means to be a “fall risk” when it comes to nursing homes and caring for the elderly. At Hach & Rose, LLP, we firmly believe that our loved ones deserve the utmost care in a nursing home, and if they are not properly monitored or taken care of according to their specific needs, the nursing home should be held responsible for their failures.
Our elderly loved ones deserve to live with dignity and proper care, and we will not stand for anything less than ideal treatment. For more information about your rights and the rights of your loved one, contact us at (212) 779-0057 today.
In a new video FAQ, attorney John Blyth describes the signs that a loved one has not been cared for properly by an elder care facility or nursing home. If you suspect that your loved one has been harmed by the individual or individuals who are paid to care for them, there are steps you can take to make things right. Contact the New York City nursing home abuse lawyers of Hach & Rose, LLP today to discuss your legal options at (212) 779-0057.
In a new video FAQ, Hach & Rose attorney John Blyth discusses how nursing home or elder care facilities should take precautions to prevent injuries to patients who are at a greater risk of falling. Watch the video here, or contact us if you have any questions about a specific incident that has happened to you or a loved one.
Watch Hach & Rose, LLP attorney John Blyth as he discusses the statute of limitations on nursing home abuse claims in New York, and make sure to contact us immediately if you suspect that your loved one has suffered abuse in a nursing home. You do not have to fight this fight alone. Contact us at (212) 779-0057 today.
The decision to place a parent, grandparent, or other loved one in a nursing home or other care facility is often fraught with reasonable concerns. While on the one hand, the regular care, supervision, and medical attention is often more than you can personally provide, you also may fear that the staff may not give them the love and attention they deserve. Even worse than the fears of neglect are the fears of abuse at the hands of the people who are supposed to be helping your loved one.
In a new CNN investigation, the news outlet examines some real-life cases of abuse that have become horrifyingly common. Read the CNN report here, and if you suspect that your loved one has suffered similar abuse, you do not have to stand idly by. To learn more about how we can help you, visit our Nursing Home Abuse page. Make sure to contact an experienced elder care lawyer of Hach & Rose, LLP at (212) 779-0057 today.
In a new Video FAQ, attorney John Blyth discusses nursing home abuse and who is eligible to file claims against an elder care provider. The New York City nursing home abuse lawyers of Hach & Rose, LLP are here to help you if your loved one has suffered neglect or abuse at the hands of a nursing home employee or another party. Call us at (212)-779-0057 to take immediate action to protect your loved one.
A certified nurse aide at the Park Ridge Living Center in Greece, NY has been arrested and charged with endangering the welfare of a vulnerable elderly person, a felony crime. The charges stem from an assault which occurred on November 5, 2012, when the aide, Groven Glenn, became angry with an 83-year-old resident, throwing a chicken bone at her and slamming the wheelchair in which she was seated into a doorframe, resulting in physical injury to the victim.
If convicted of the charges, Glenn faces up to 4 years in prison for his actions. The state’s evidence is based on surveillance video footage, and Glenn has himself partially acknowledged his wrongdoing during interrogation.
If your loved one has suffered from nursing home abuse in any form, we want to help you pursue justice. Contact Hach & Rose, LLP, today at (212) 779-0057 to speak with a qualified member of our legal team about what we can do for you.