Nursing Home Negligence
There are more than 600 long term care homes in Ontario, housing over 80,000 residents. Long term care homes are also known as nursing homes. There are 19 nursing homes in Windsor and Essex County. Nursing homes are private enterprises focused on making money. Quality of care provided by the homes can vary and is sometimes quite poor.
There are cases of negligence where the home falls below the standard of care expected. Residents in nursing homes are a vulnerable population with pre-existing health conditions, generally reduced life expectancy, physical frailty and often reduced mental status. If your loved one has suffered an injury while in a nursing home and you believe the nursing home might be responsible, contact us to discuss your rights.
The lawyers at Velocity Injury Law have experience in successfully representing victims of nursing home negligence and recovering compensation for their damages. We will assist you in identifying the insurance company responsible to compensate you for your damages. Together we will craft a litigation solution that suits your needs and will guide you through this difficult time.
Know Your Rights
Injuries suffered from nursing home negligence can impact your life, or the life of a loved one, in a number of ways. Claims for negligence often include damages for pain and suffering, income loss, the cost of medical treatment and for out of pocket expenses. Claims for family members may also be considered.
If you have suffered injuries as a result of nursing home negligence, you owe it to yourself to contact Velocity Injury Law today for a FREE consultation. We will assist in identifying and notifying the proper insurance company responsible for your injuries.
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