Nursing home patients are vulnerable to a wide range of potential injuries due to their often frail nature. Add to that the fact that some may not be able to communicate clearly and it is easy for nursing homes and the insurance companies that provide coverage to them to find themselves facing claims for liability that are baseless.
Some common types of injuries that may be the basis for a claim can include:
- Bedsores (decubitus ulcers)
- Being dropped
- Medication errors
These claims can be based on either staff neglecting to perform their duties properly or through abusive behavior.
Direct Experience With Nursing Home Issues
The key to building a strong defense against nursing home liability claims is understanding how a nursing home functions and the issues one must face. Attorney John Connors was a founding member of the board of directors of a nursing home and served on that board for more than a decade. During that time, he became intimately familiar with the issues nursing homes face.
More Than 60 Years' Experience Fighting Liability And Medical Causation
At Connors & Connors, P.C., we offer skilled defense representation to insurance companies that provide coverage to nursing homes as well as to nursing homes that self-insure. We are skilled in defending our clients against liability and in calling into question the actual severity of the damages someone suffered. Our firm focuses exclusively on liability defense and brings decades of experience to the table for our clients. We have been recognized for the quality of the defense we provide in many ways, including receiving an AV* Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell's peer review rating system, the highest rating.
Nursing Home Liability Defense Lawyers Serving Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan And The Bronx
Connors & Connors, P.C., offers decades of experience you can rely on to help protect your business from exposure to liability for nursing home injuries claims. To schedule a consultation with one of our highly skilled attorneys, call 718-619-4601 or contact us online.
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