Some recent results in Consumer Litigation in the area of nursing home abuse claims include:
$13,200,000 - Verdict. Co-trial Counsel in 7 week trial against nursing home for pressure ulcers (bedsores), dehydration and death (see detailed description here).
$2,170,000 - Settlement. Three families with three separate claims. Combined discovery - per case management conference - with one Nursing Home Owner. All claims involved pressure ulcers and overlapping issues involving claims of reporting and care-related improprieties by management/ownership.
$750,000 - Settlement. The consumer/plaintiff failed to take prescribed medication, was hospitalized and later became a nursing home resident. Developed Stage IV pressure ulcers.
$600,000 - Settlement. Pressure ulcer on severely medically compromised nursing home resident. Uncovered substandard conditions in the nursing home - including rodent infestation.
$600,000 - Settlement. Severe eye injury from fall in nursing home. Uncovered questionable practices of the nursing home ownership team.
$600,000 - Settlement. Improper administration of Coumadin. Uncovered corporate issues with ownership team.
$460,000 - Settlement. Stage IV pressure ulcer that fully resolved. Uncovered months of fabricated medical records.
$425,000 - Settlement. Hospital-acquired Stage IV pressure ulcer suffered by a patient with highly extensive co-morbid conditions.
The above information is a sample and is provided for illustrative purposes only. All cases are different. Past results cannot be viewed as a prediction or guarantee of the outcome in future cases.
CAA prosecutes claims involving Nursing Home Abuse, Assisted Living Facility Abuse, Group Home Abuse, Legal Malpractice, Divorce Attorney Fee Abuse and Divorce Litigation Malicious Prosecution Claims.
*THE ABOVE LIST IS OFFERED FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY. EVERY CASE IS UNIQUE. PAST RESULTS CANNOT BE VIEWED AS A PREDICTION OR GUARANTEE OF THE OUTCOME IN FUTURE CASES. RESULTS MAY VARY, DEPENDING UPON THE PARTICULAR FACTS AND CIRCUMSTANCES OF YOUR CASE.
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