NY Nursing Home Lawyers for Neglect, Bedsores, & Abuse

We entrust the care of our loved ones to nursing homes and long-term care facilities during a very critical time of life.  Tragically, many facilities fail to take adequate care of our loved ones, resulting in falls, choking, bed sores, and a variety of other preventable injuries.

Worse, some facilities may employ those who abuse our loved ones.

This must stop.

Click Here to Visit Our Nursing Home
Negligence and Abuse Website

Our nursing home practice is focused on holding nursing homes, long-term care facilities, and caretakers responsible for their negligence, abuse, and neglect.  We have created a separate website that provides a wealth of information on specific nursing home matters, including:

  • Nursing Home Lies, Betrayal, and Negligence
  • How to Spot Nursing Home Abuse
  • How to Determine if a Legal Case Exists for Nursing Home Negligence or Abuse
  • The Rights of Your Loved Ones in Nursing Home Facilities
  • Nursing Home Regulation
  • Common forms of Nursing Home Neglect, including:
    • Falls
    • Chocking
    • Bedsores and pressure sores
    • Physical and sexual abuse
    • Wandering and elopement
    • Medication errors
    • Bed rail suffocation
    • Contracture
    • Wrongful death
  • Compensation for Damages, including Pain and Suffering
  • Rights Provided to Nursing Home Residents Under New York State and Federal Law

We Invite You to Visit Our Nursing Home Negligence and Abuse Website, and to Call Us so that We May Learn About Your Case

We offer a free consultation, and if we are to serve as your lawyers, there is no fee for us unless we recover compensation for you.

103 W. Seneca Street, Suite 301
Ithaca, NY 14850
Telephone: (607) 272-5590
Fax: (607) 272-5594
425 Park Avenue
Waverly, NY 14892
Telephone: (607) 565-8155
Fax: (607) 565-8485

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