Wrongful Death from Oregon Nursing Home Abuse: Bend Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer Explains

Wrongful Death Caused by Oregon Nursing Home Abuse: Bend Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer Explains Liability and Damages

 

It is a very hard day to put someone you love into a nursing home.  This is a difficult decision because you love them, but acknowledge that the care, attention, and treatment they need to continue with their daily activities is beyond what you can offer.  Many times the care and medical attention is well-above what you can do, and sometimes above what visiting nurses can even perform.  Therefore, we trust nursing homes and their staff of experienced nurses, physicians assistants, and physicians to help our loved one.  The last thing we think could happen is Oregon nursing home abuse or needing to call a Central Oregon nursing home abuse lawyer.

 

But sadly, this sometimes happens.  In the most tragic of ways too, where a loved one may be seriously injured due to nursing home abuse.  This could result in the wrongful death of a loved one from this abuse.  Not only is this a direct and unconscionable harm on a vulnerable person, but this is a huge misplace and breach of trust.  We depend on nursing homes and their staff.  We pay exorbitant amounts of money for their expert level of care.  But sometimes they violate our trust, injure our loved ones, and can cause their wrongful death.  This is why some people must contact a Portland nursing home malpractice lawyer.

 

Ways that Oregon Nursing Home Abuse Could Result in the Wrongful Death of a Resident

 

There are many ways that nursing home abuse could result in the wrongful death of your loved one.  Some of these actions include the following:

 

  • Physical assault – directly striking a nursing home resident is clearly dangerous and can result in serious personal injury or wrongful death.
  • Pushing or tripping – abuse can also take the form of dangerous foul-play or horse-play.  This can include tripping or pushing a resident down, including just pushing down onto a bed.  Residents are vulnerable and in a weaker state, and pushing a resident even to a soft surface could injury their compromised body.  They could also miss the bed and hit the floor.
  • Burns – Not just using fire like a cigarette, but it could also be hot liquids like putting a resident into a bath that is too hot for them which causes an injury.  This could be intentional and is abuse.  The shock of very hot liquid could cause a heart attack or irreparable damage, including infections due to severe burns.

 

Victims of Nursing Home Abuse in Oregon Should Call Kuhlman Law, LLC

 

If you suspect your loved one’s death was due to Oregon nursing home abuse, please call our compassionate Oregon nursing home abuse lawyer at Kuhlman Law, LLC to learn what your rights are and how they can be protected.  We accept cases throughout Oregon and Central Oregon, including Deschutes County, Redmond, Sisters, Madras, Prineville, The Dalles, Corvallis, Lake Oswego, Astoria, Coos Bay, Albany, Vancouver, Washington, Salem, Portland, Eugene, Gresham, Hillsboro, Medford, and any other city, including Bend, Oregon where our law office is located.  Please call Kuhlman Law, LLC by dialing (541) 385-1999 to learn what your rights to compensation you may have.  You may also contact us using our easy and convenient “contact us” box at the bottom of our website.  If we accept your case, we will conduct a thorough investigation to get you the answers you deserve, all for free.  There is no risk, and you only pay us if we recover compensation for you.

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