Nursing Home Fall Accidents
According the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, approximately 1,000 elderly nursing home patients die each year from falls.
In 2015, two elderly nursing home residents died after preventable falls at Beaumont Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing Center (BRSNC) in Westboro in which the facility was found to have been negligent according to the State’s investigation.
The following articles explain some of the types of fall accidents that occur in care facilities and the liability of nursing homes. Each injury and situation is unique so we invite you for contact us for a free legal consultation — there’s no obligation and no fee for the initial consultation.
Was Your Loved One Injured in a Fall at a Nursing Home or Care Center?
It is important to work with a personal injury attorney to investigate the circumstances surrounding your loved one’s accident to determine if the nursing home has any liability. If your loved one has suffered serious harm as the result of a fall or transfer accident contact our law offices today for a consultation, where you can find out more information about whether or not the nursing home facility might be liable for compensation.
Our experienced team of personal injury lawyers can help evaluate the circumstances of an injury to help you determine if compensation might be available to you.
We offer a free, no-obligation legal consultation to help you understand your rights and the value of your case. Our personal injury law firm takes cases involving elder abuse and neglect. We offer legal service to clients in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire.