When can I hold a third party responsible for nursing home injury or abuse?
Instances under which third parties may be held legally responsible:
- If a third-party contractor was given the task of maintaining or providing security on the premises but their negligence resulted in injury to a resident, the third party contractor may be held responsible.
- If a supplier or manufacturer provided the nursing home facility with faulty equipment which led to an injury, the supplier or manufacturer may be responsible.
- If a medical provider who treated the resident at a hospital or any other outside facility abused or neglected a resident, the medical provider may be held responsible.
Nursing Home Abuse
- What are the different forms of abuse that takes place in a nursing home?
- When is a nursing home legally responsible for injuries to a resident?
- Are there exceptions in the nursing home abuse statute of limitations?
- What are the common legal claims you can make in a nursing home abuse lawsuit?
- What damages are recoverable in a nursing home abuse case?
- What are some risk factors for nursing home abuse?
- What are some forms of emotional abuse in nursing homes?
- When can I hold a third party responsible for nursing home injury or abuse?