Anne Arundel County Nursing Home Neglect Attorneys
If you, or a family member, has been hurt while under the care of a nursing home, assisted living home or treatment center in Maryland please contact our Anne Arundel County nursing home neglect attorneys immediately. They provide free case reviews and charge no fees unless they recover for you and your family.
Anne Arundel County, Maryland is home to dozens of nursing homes such as Baywood of Annapolis, The Arbor, Cadia Healthcare of Annapolis, Crofton Convalescent, Fairfield Nursing & Rehabilitation, FutureCare Chesapeake, Genesis Hammonds Lane, Genesis Severna Park, Genesis Spa Creek, Genesis Waugh Chapel, Ginger Cove, Glen Burnie Health & Rehab, Heritage Harbour Health & Rehab, Marley Neck Health & Rehab, North Arundel Huelth & Rehab & South River Health & Rehab.
Common types of nursing home injuries in Anne Arundel County are falls, unnecessary restraint, dehydration, malnutrition, medication errors, assault, sexual assault, emotional, physical and psychological abuse.
Laws surrounding nursing home injury claims in Maryland are related to State of Maryland long term care facility laws, federal nursing home regulations and the Nursing Home Reform Act. No matter what laws have been broken or what regulations have been ignored or violated our Anne Arundel County nursing home neglect attorneys will fight to get your loved ones the benefits, care and compensation they deserve for their injuries, pain and suffering.
In Maryland long term care facility injury claims, whether the abuse occurred in an assisted living home, drug treatment facility or nursing home the dollar value of the case is determined by many factors. These can be what actual injuries were suffered, did death occur as a result, how healthy was the patient to begin with and the age of the patient.
In addition, the litigation history of the facility also comes into play. Typically a nursing home that has been sued for similar abuse, injury, neglect and or wrongful death before is more likely to settle our of court for a higher amount.
There is also issues regarding who gets the financial compensation; the victim or dependents. Each case is different but the financial compensation usually goes to the victim and their estate. In some MD nursing home injury cases, especially those resulting in wrongful death, the dependents of the victim are entitled to damages they may have incurred as a result of the events leading up to filing the lawsuit.
With offices in Delaware and Maryland they serve the Annapolis, Rockville, Clinton, Bowie, Chestertown, Elkton, Prince Frederick, Glen Burnie, Columbia, Ellicott City, Upper Marlboro, Silver Spring, Wheaton, Germantown and Gaithersburg, MD areas.