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.
Hach & Rose attorney John Blyth discusses bed sore prevention and treatment. Unfortunately, if nursing home staff are not properly trained or if they neglect your loved one, painful bed sores may occur. You do not have to tolerate the mistreatment of your loved one and you can take action. Contact us today to discuss your legal options.
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, New York City personal injury attorney John Blyth of Hach & Rose, LLP discusses reasons why elderly people are at a higher risk of sustaining injuries.
Reduced strength and reflexes combined with weakened bones means that an older person is more likely to fall down, and at an increased risk of suffering a serious injury if they do.
When nursing homes fail to take these amplified dangers into account, their patients may be hurt in completely preventable accidents. If your loved one sustained an injury while in the care of a nursing home, call the nursing home negligence lawyers of Hach & Rose, LLP at (212) 779-0057 to discuss the situation with an attorney.
For more information on this and other personal injury topics, visit our video FAQs page.
The New York City nursing home abuse attorneys of Hach & Rose, LLP, have released a new video about what you can do if a loved one falls down while in the care of a nursing home.
When elderly people fall down, they are at a much higher risk of being hurt than more youthful individuals. Because of this added danger, state and federal laws require nursing homes to report any falls to a person’s family. You can watch the video below:
If you suspect your loved one was injured after a fall in a nursing home, contact the New York injury lawyers of Hach & Rose, LLP by calling (212) 779-0057 to learn more about your legal options.
Hach & Rose, LLP, has released a new video FAQ that discusses the difference between nursing home negligence and nursing home abuse.
If you suspect your loved one is falling victim to nursing home negligence or abuse, the New York City nursing home abuse lawyers of Hach & Rose, LLP, may be able to help you investigate your claim and hold the negligent nursing home accountable. Call us at (212) 779-0057 to speak with an attorney today.
The New York Supreme Court Appellate Division dismissed a personal injury lawsuit on Tuesday, December 6, against elderly care transportation provider Senior Care Emergency Medical Services and its associated entity, Senior Ride, ruling that the companies did not possess any reason to have knowledge that a driver employed with them would hurt a patient.
Reversing a lower court’s ruling, the appeals court nixed the lawsuit lodged by plaintiff Holly Shiebl, who claimed that a driver for Senior Care physically assaulted her in an elevator at New York Presbyterian Hospital, noting, “The affidavits of both managers from both companies and the personnel file established that, at most, the employee had been disciplined in the past for rudeness and verbal abuse toward clients, and the companies had no notice of any physically violent propensities.”
Senior Care made the argument that they did not actually employ the driver and that the driver was actually employed by Senior Ride; Senior Care also contended that they are a totally different company from Senior Ride.
Please call our New York City personal injury attorneys at Hach & Rose, LLP by dialing (212) 779-0057 or fill out our online contact form today to speak with a qualified member of our legal team. We handle cases in nursing home abuse as well as other areas of personal injury.
Nursing home abuse and neglect can take many different forms, and one of the most unfortunately common is dehydration. Many nursing home patients are unable to secure water and other liquids for themselves, and instead have to rely on potentially over-worked and under-trained nursing home employees who may fail to meet their needs. Click here to learn more about dehydration in nursing homes and the danger it poses.
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