BED SORES

Nursing homes have a legal obligation to provide proper care to all their residents. When they do not act responsibly, elderly and disabled people can end up with serious injuries that could have been prevented.

Most cases involving bed sores (decubitus ulcers) stem from neglect on the part of nursing home staff. In general, a resident develops sores on his or her skin after prolonged periods of lying or sitting in the same position. This is a preventable condition.

There is simply no excuse for neglecting patients and residents of nursing homes, extended care facilities, convalescence centers and assisted living facilities. Providers that are negligent can be held accountable through the courts. Our firm can help.

Representing Victims Of Gross Nursing Home Neglect

At the law firm of Monsees & Mayer, P.C., based in Kansas City, Missouri, we provide practical advice and strong representation to victims of nursing home injury. If your loved one was hurt as a result of nursing home neglect or abuse, we can help. Our attorneys have handled countless nursing home cases, including those related to:

  • Elderly persons whose bed sores became infected
  • Residents who developed bed sores along with others in the same facility
  • Inadequate staffing
  • Improper wound care
  • Failure to turn patients
  • Nursing and assisted living facilities that assert the resident did not complain or ask for help
  • The complexities of insurance settlement
  • Infection
  • Sepsis

Nursing homes are not medical providers like hospitals are; they operate under different laws and different principles. This calls for specific experience with nursing home cases. Our attorneys have that experience; we have a long history of winning maximum compensation for victims and their families, as well as acknowledgment of negligence by responsible providers.

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