Nursing Home in America
When poor care results in the development of a bed sore in a loved one, you may wish seek out an attorney who has experience prosecuting these cases. Our attorneys have experience prosecuting bed sore lawsuit cases against nursing homes, hospitals and other medical facilities where a wound originated or progressed. In each context, we are committed to obtaining the maximum compensation available given your situation and the applicable laws.
Hiring a lawyer who has experience with this type of case can make a substantial difference in how your case gets resolved. Before you consider retaining an attorney, you may wish to inquire about the following:
- How many pressure sore cases have you worked on?
- Do you have experience with nursing home negligence and medical malpractice lawsuits?
- What percentage of your practice is dedicated to medical negligence?
- Do you have a nurse on staff to review cases?
- Have you taken a nursing home lawsuit to verdict?
- Can you provide us with some examples of your recoveries?
Our office is uniquely positioned to prosecute bed sore cases involving nursing homes and hospitals. In addition to having experience with these cases in multiple jurisdictions, we also have a network of colleague with whom we trust and respect across the country.
If you are in need of an attorney to investigate and prosecute a bed sore lawsuit on behalf of a loved one, we invite you to contact our office for a free review of your situation. All of our bed sore cases are handled on a contingency fee basis where there is never a legal fee charged unless there is a financial recovery for you.
Please visit the pages below to see information about attorneys and laws applicable to bed sore cases in your state.
If you are seeking legal assistance with a bed sore case, complete the contact form here. For a comprehensive discussion of valuation of bed sore lawsuits, view our bed sore case calculator here. Finally, if you would like to see how we have handled other cases, look at our case results.
Below is a national compilation of wound care specialists by state: