Older, frail people are unsteady on their feet. Nursing home staff can’t be everywhere at once, so when residents fall in a nursing home, it’s a regrettable accident and nothing more, right?
Actually, the risk of falling is a known danger in nursing homes, so nursing homes are charged with assessing the risk of falling for each resident, both when residents are admitted and later, on a regular basis.
When the risk of falls isn’t assessed, or isn’t assessed effectively and regularly, and a falling injury occurs, fall victims and their families have a legal right to pursue compensation. If you have questions following a fall injury in a nursing home, contact our firm for experienced and caring legal help.
Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C., has provided knowledgeable and results-driven legal help following nursing home negligence and injuries since 1988. Call 866-689-1248 to schedule a no-charge consultation with an experienced New Haven nursing home fall injury lawyer.
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