By Anthony Licatesi | Published March 15, 2023 | Posted in Nursing Home Negligence | Tagged Tags: brooklyn, manhattan, New York, nursing home abuse, nursing home negligence, nyc | Comments Off on Nursing Home Negligence & The Stages of A Bedsore
New York Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Bedsores, also known as pressure ulcers, are a common problem for nursing home residents who have limited or no mobility. If left untreated, bedsores can develop into serious health complications, including infections and even death. Nursing homes have a legal responsibility to prevent and treat bedsores, but unfortunately, many Read MoreRead More
Nursing home abuse is highly prevalent in New York. The pandemic has only served to make these conditions worse. Neglect in a nursing home can be the result of something as simple as staff shortages, insufficient background checks or maintenance issues. Whether intentional or not, nursing homes can become a source for abuse, which can Read MoreRead More
Extreme heat or cold is dangerous to nursing home residents, whose advanced age and frail health make them especially vulnerable to the hypothermia, heat stroke and dehydration. That is one reason why, since 1990, federal law has required nursing homes and long-term care facilities to keep temperatures at a range of 71 to 81 degrees. Read MoreRead More
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