Bedsores & Pressure Ulcers
Bedsores Don’t Have To Happen!
New Jersey Nursing Home Attorney
If your loved one is exhibiting signs of bedsores, skin lesions or insufficient wound care, you can rely on New Jersey nursing home attorney of the Law Office of Andrew A. Ballerini to help your family fight back.
Our New Jersey nursing home attorneys offer more than 40 years of combined personal injury trial experience backed by integrity and aggressive representation. We take the time to thoroughly investigate past instances of abuse or neglect by the nursing home and the appropriate level of care that should have been provided. In addition to our own experience, we also have the resources of independent experts to help us collect evidence and prepare a strong case for full and fair money damages for bedsore and pressure ulcer injuries. Contact a nursing home abuse lawyer today.
We handle cases involving all serious nursing home injuries and wrongful death:
- Bedsores (pressure ulcers, decubitus ulcers)
- Skin lesions, improper wound care
- Malnutrition, dehydration and improper hygiene
- Medication errors
- Physical and sexual abuse
We are licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. If your loved on have been abused by a nursing home it is important to contact a New Jersey nursing home attorney immediately. Protect your rights and call (856) 665-7140 today.
Stages of Heel Pressure Ulcer
Deep Tissue Injury
Unstageable Pressure Ulcer
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To find out more about how to recover compensation for injuries suffered because of nursing home abuse and neglect, call a New Jersey nursing home injury lawyer at the Law Office of Andrew A. Ballerini at (856) 665-7140. Contact one of our nursing home injury attorneys and set up a free initial consultation about your nursing home lawsuit.
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Nuring Home Negligence
New Jersey nursing home attorney Rich Talbot reached an agreement to settle a matter for $275,000 involving a man who was getting rehab for about a month, during which he developed heel pressure injuries. The matter got “stuck” with the arbitration system (do NOT sign arbitration agreements with admissions), but a just result was still obtained. Do not stand for subpar care in a nursing home. It is more than a case. It is a cause.
Nuring Home Negligence