Article Updated: April 26, 2022
Nursing Home Neglect
As background, I have handled 500+ nursing home investigations, claim reviews, and lawsuits in well over a dozen states around the country. If this summary or my below referenced articles do not answer your question, you are invited to contact me for a free consultation. With that said, let me outline nursing home neglect and how it fits into the larger picture of nursing home litigations and cases.
There are a variety of ways in which bad nursing homes hurt the residents who entrust their safety to those facilities. Those include medical malpractice errors, sexual assaults, physical abuse, and last but not least, neglect.
Neglect is a category of nursing home negligence which concerns a nursing homes disregard or factual abandonment of a resident. That would include things such as:
◊ Emotional Abuse
◊ Bathing / Hygiene
◊ Nurses Not Checking on Resident
I address these issues in the below articles.
If you’re doing research to determine if the nursing home did something wrong, based on my vast experience investigating nursing homes, the answer is almost always a solid yes.
But that’s not the key question. If you’re searching for justice to make right the wrongs the nursing home forced your loved one to suffer, the correct question is whether you have a viable claim.
Claim viability extends far beyond confirmation of neglect or breaches in medical standards of care. Viability analysis is a flexible measure and needs a 360 degree understanding of the claim.
When you are ready, I am on standby for you Day or night, I invite you to call me for a free consultation to find out if there is sufficient viability to warrant a litigation driven investigation into the harms and suffering your loved one endured at the hands of a nursing home.
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About the Author
This nursing home and medical malpractice article was written by Baltimore, Maryland nursing home attorney Reza Davani, Esquire. Mr. Davani received his Juris Doctor degree from a Tier 1 law school, the University of Maryland Francs King Carey School of Law. He received his first license to practice law from the State of Maryland’s Court of Appeals (MD State License No. 1212110211), and just four months later received a federal law license from the United States District Court for the District of Maryland (Federal License No. 30168).
Mr. Davani has been practicing law for over 10 years. He began practicing law by helping clients as a sanctioned student lawyer before receiving his law license, and second chaired his first jury trial in federal court before even graduating law school. He is a registered member of the Maryland Association for Justice (MAJ), the American Bar Association (ABA), the American Association for Justice (AAJ), and was formerly on the MAJ’s Legislative Leader’s Circle.
Mr. Davani has taken over 20 cases to trial in state and federal court, and favorably settled well over 100 cases for injured victims. He has personally helped his clients recover over $15,000,000 in personal injury, medical malpractice, and nursing home abuse settlements and verdicts in Maryland and other states. He is dedicated to fighting for justice, and welcomes the opportunity to help you.
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