Lawsuit Claims Neglect Concerning Pressure Sore Development

As often discussed on this site, pressure sores (also commonly referred to pressure ulcers, pressure injuries, bed sores and bedsores) are often a sign of neglect regarding the quality of health care received by residents in nursing homes as well as other facilities such as assisted living facilities.  There are many steps that can be taken to prevent pressure sores.

If pressure sores develop, they can worsen if prompt and proper medical attention is not provided.  There are a variety of adverse health conditions that can develop if pressure sores worsen.  These adverse health conditions can both contribute to as well as accompany other declines in health.  It is not uncommon for such declines in health, if not reversed, to lead to the death of the resident.  Many such deaths in Illinois have led to the filing of wrongful death lawsuits.

A recent lawsuit regarding the alleged development of bed sores by a resident in the Envoy of Williamsburg nursing home is discussed in the October 2, 2017 wydaily.com article titled “Man who developed bedsores seeks $7M in lawsuit against nursing home.”  Notable excerpts include:

The defendant’s suit has three claims: Envoy staff were negligent by not preventing pressure sores, the staff was negligent because they did not prevent harm from happening to an incapacitated adult, and Envoy broke their contract with Brandveen because they did not provide care to maintain his health, safety and well-being.

“… a Nursing Home patient should never, ever [develop] such an ulcer,” a complaint filed by Brandveen’s attorney states. “The Plaintiff’s Stage IV decubitus ulcers developed as a result of reckless, willful and wanton mistreatment by Envoy Staff.”

As seen in the article, the lawsuit claims include that one of the pressure ulcers created a permanent injury and another became infected.

Additional details can be seen in the article mentioned above.

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Should someone you care for experience Illinois nursing home abuse or neglect or a nursing home accident – or suffer an injury at a similar health care facility such as an assisted living facility, retirement home, skilled nursing facility (SNF) or hospital – please contact the nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers at the Elman Law Group at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the situation and to discuss the potential of an injury lawsuit.  This no-obligation legal consultation is free and confidential.  Elman Law Group handles cases on a contingency basis…no fees are charged unless and until monetary compensation is achieved.    

Elman Law Group’s Lead Attorney, Tony Elman, is a personal injury trial lawyer.  Over the last 25+ years Elman Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits.

During this 25+ year period, Elman Law Group has built a reputation for its courtroom trial performance, including getting large verdicts for smaller cases.

To speak directly to Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  This legal consultation is free and confidential.  

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Chicago area and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.

Development Of Severe Bed Sores

As often discussed on this site, the development of bedsores (also commonly referred to as bed sores, pressure ulcers, pressure sores and pressure injuries) is often seen as a result of nursing home neglect.  In many (if not most) cases bedsores should not develop – i.e. they are preventable if various basic precautions are taken.  If pressure sores do develop, it is likely that they will worsen in severity if they are not promptly treated.

Often, lawsuits (including wrongful death lawsuits in the case of fatalities) against nursing homes and other long-term care providers allege negligence on the part of the health care provider if bedsores develop and/or worsen.  This is especially so if further health deterioration occurs, which is likely if the bedsores are not promptly and correctly treated.

The alleged development of severe bedsores that led to the death of two New York nursing home residents is discussed in the July 17, 2017 syracuse.com article titled “‘Close it down,’ say families of 2 James Square patients who died from severe bed sores.”  Of note, wrongful death lawsuits have been filed regarding the deaths.

Two excerpts from the article:

Tammy LaForce says she called James Square nursing home every two hours to remind the staff to turn her father so his bed sores wouldn’t worsen.

Her father, Curt LaForce, had developed severe bed sores on his buttocks, heels and scrotum. Doctors at a local hospital discovered the gaping wounds when Curt LaForce, 73, was hospitalized for a urinary tract infection in 2015, his daughter said.

also:

The other patient was Carolyn Robb, 72, who went into James Square for short-term rehabilitation after she’d fallen and broken her hip, her family said. She went to James Square in February 2015, developed severe bed sores within 10 weeks, and died in May 2015, her family said.

Additional details can be seen in the article mentioned above.

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Should someone you care for experience Illinois nursing home abuse or neglect or a nursing home accident – or suffer an injury at a similar health care facility such as an assisted living facility, retirement home, skilled nursing facility (SNF) or hospital – please contact the nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers at the Elman Law Group at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the situation and to discuss the potential of an injury lawsuit.  This no-obligation legal consultation is free and confidential.  Elman Law Group handles cases on a contingency basis…no fees are charged unless and until monetary compensation is achieved.    

Elman Law Group’s Lead Attorney, Tony Elman, is a personal injury trial lawyer.  Over the last 25+ years Elman Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits.

During this 25+ year period, Elman Law Group has built a reputation for its courtroom trial performance, including getting large verdicts for smaller cases.

To speak directly to Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  This legal consultation is free and confidential.  

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Chicago area and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.

Lawsuit Filed Concerning Alleged Neglect At Joliet Nursing Home

As often discussed on this site, pressure sores (also commonly referred to as pressure injuries, pressure ulcers, bed sores, and bedsores) are often a sign of neglect in health care.  There are many steps and actions that can be taken to prevent pressure sores.  Additionally, should such pressure injuries develop, immediate and proper care should be received in order to prevent their worsening.

If prompt and proper medical attention is not provided to those that have developed pressure sores, the affliction can lead to a variety of adverse health consequences, and in some cases death.

Because of the serious and often long-lasting effects resulting from pressure injuries – and the frequency of such injuries leading to death – lawsuits against health care facilities such as nursing homes in which pressure sores develop are common.

A wrongful death lawsuit filed against a Joliet nursing home over the alleged development of bedsores and subsequent death of a nursing home resident is discussed in the April 19, 2017 Joliet Patch article titled “Negligence at Joliet Nursing Home Led to Women’s Death:  Lawsuit” as well as the April 18 Cook County Record article titled “Suit filed against against Fairview Care Center of Joliet over negligence allegations.”

An excerpt from the Joliet Patch article:

From Aug. 30, 2013 and Sept. 20, 2013 Sylvia Raucci allegedly developed “multiple pressure sores that led to her death on Sept. 29, 2013” at Fairview Care Center of Joliet LLC, according to the Cook County Record.

Rosemarie Barry, an independent administrator of Raucci’s estate, claims staff “failed to properly and accurately assess her decedent’s condition and failed in supervising the care and treatment to prevent the development and deterioration of multiple pressure sores,” according to the report.

Additional details regarding this lawsuit over the alleged development of pressure sores and subsequent death can be seen in the sources mentioned above.

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Should someone you care for experience Illinois nursing home abuse or neglect or a nursing home accident – or suffer an injury at a similar health care facility such as an assisted living facility, retirement home, skilled nursing facility (SNF) or hospital – please contact the nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers at the Elman Law Group at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the situation and to discuss the potential of an injury lawsuit.  This no-obligation legal consultation is free and confidential.  Elman Law Group handles cases on a contingency basis…no fees are charged unless and until monetary compensation is achieved.    

Elman Law Group’s Lead Attorney, Tony Elman, is a personal injury trial lawyer.  Over the last 25+ years Elman Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits.

During this 25+ year period, Elman Law Group has built a reputation for its courtroom trial performance, including getting large verdicts for smaller cases.

To speak directly to Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  This legal consultation is free and confidential.  

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Chicago area and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.

Bedsores And The Possibility Of Serious Infections

While bedsores (also typically referred to as pressure ulcers, pressure sores, and pressure injuries) can develop in many different situations, they are most likely to develop under certain conditions.  As well, individuals with certain characteristics and health conditions are particularly susceptible.

As often discussed on this site, bedsores are often a sign of health care neglect.  If prompt and proper medical attention is not provided to those that have developed pressure injuries, the affliction can lead to a variety of adverse health consequences, and in some cases death.

One of the most serious adverse developments that can happen to those with pressure sores is infections.  Sepsis (which is further discussed on the “Sepsis” page) can develop and be life-threatening in nature.

Cleanliness is an important aspect of proper health care, and of great importance in the prevention of pressure sore complications.  As seen in many examples of elder abuse and severe pressure sore infections, unsanitary and otherwise unhygienic conditions often contribute to and/or accompany severe pressure sore infections.

One example of unsanitary conditions and severely infected bedsores that developed on an elderly woman can be seen in the December 4, 2014 The Advocate article titled “Daughter, granddaughter indicted in 82-year-old Baton Rouge woman’s death.”  An excerpt:

Bessie Looney was severely malnourished and had severely infected bedsores on her hips and buttocks area, the affidavit states, and her wheelchair was lined with a disposable pad that was soiled with human waste.

Clark has said Bessie Looney’s bedsores, also known as pressure ulcers, “had the appearance of obvious infection.”

Additional details can be seen in The Advocate article mentioned above as well as the March 8, 2017 U.S. News & World Report article titled “Daughter Faces Trial in Death of Bedsore-Ridden Mother, 82.”

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Should someone you care for experience Illinois nursing home abuse or neglect or a nursing home accident – or suffer an injury at a similar health care facility such as an assisted living facility, retirement home, skilled nursing facility (SNF) or hospital – please contact the nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers at the Elman Law Group at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the situation and to discuss the potential of an injury lawsuit.  This no-obligation legal consultation is free and confidential.  Elman Law Group handles cases on a contingency basis…no fees are charged unless and until monetary compensation is achieved.    

Elman Law Group’s Lead Attorney, Tony Elman, is a personal injury trial lawyer.  Over the last 25+ years Elman Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits.

During this 25+ year period, Elman Law Group has built a reputation for its courtroom trial performance, including getting large verdicts for smaller cases.

To speak directly to Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  This legal consultation is free and confidential.  

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Chicago area and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.

Settlement Of Wrongful Death Lawsuit Claiming Pressure Sore Development

In the November 8, 2016 post (“Wrongful Death Lawsuit Claims Development Of Gangrenous Pressure Sores“) a wrongful death lawsuit concerning allegedly deficient nursing home care provided to a resident was summarized.  Among the claims made in the lawsuit was that gangrenous pressure sores developed during the course of the decedent’s (Patrick Manning) stay in the nursing home.

The March 13, 2017 The Augusta Chronicle article titled “Augusta nursing home settles wrongful death lawsuit” provides an update with regard to the lawsuit and its resolution.  As seen in the article, the lawsuit was settled on the evening before the trial was set to start.

The article provides additional details with regard to the alleged deterioration in Manning’s health and alleged negligent care.  An excerpt:

Patrick Manning suffered a stroke in 2011. He remained communicative and ambulatory but needed rehab services. He was sent to Amara. Five months later, he could no longer walk to the bathroom.

In 16 months, Manning was dead. He had gangrenous pressure sores, dehydration, malnutrition and severe contracture, a condition in which a person’s limbs remained clutched close to the body.

Norma Manning blamed what she believed was poor care at Amara for her husband’s demise.

Additional details regarding this wrongful death lawsuit and the allegations of negligent nursing home care made within can be seen in the sources mentioned above.

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Should someone you care for experience Illinois nursing home abuse or neglect or a nursing home accident – or suffer an injury at a similar health care facility such as an assisted living facility, retirement home, skilled nursing facility (SNF) or hospital – please contact the nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers at the Elman Law Group at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the situation and to discuss the potential of an injury lawsuit.  This no-obligation legal consultation is free and confidential.  Elman Law Group handles cases on a contingency basis…no fees are charged unless and until monetary compensation is achieved.    

Elman Law Group’s Lead Attorney, Tony Elman, is a personal injury trial lawyer.  Over the last 25+ years Elman Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits.

During this 25+ year period, Elman Law Group has built a reputation for its courtroom trial performance, including getting large verdicts for smaller cases.

To speak directly to Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  This legal consultation is free and confidential.  

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Chicago area and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.

Pressure Ulcers Cited In Lawsuits Against Illinois Nursing Homes

Individuals who have certain physical characteristics as well as certain health conditions are particularly susceptible to developing pressure ulcers.

Pressure ulcers (also typically referred to as bedsores, bed sores, pressure sores, and pressure injuries) can develop if neglect in the care of a nursing home resident occurs.  There are many steps that can be taken to prevent pressure sores, as well as prevent them from worsening should they develop.  One simple step is to frequently monitor nursing home residents for pressure sore development.  This is especially so for nursing home residents who have limited or no mobility.  Other medical conditions, such as dehydration, can cause and/or worsen the severity of the pressure injuries.

If prompt and proper medical attention is not provided to those that have developed pressure injuries, a worsening of the pressure sores can lead to a variety of adverse health consequences, and in some cases death.

Given the adverse health conditions that often result from the development of pressure sores, there are many Illinois lawsuits that have been filed regarding bedsores and the injuries – some fatal – that have arisen due to the development of such pressure injuries.  Negligence in care is often cited in these lawsuits.

One such lawsuit against a Belleville nursing home is discussed in the Madison Record article of January 2, 2017, titled “Woman alleges decedent developed pressure ulcers in nursing home.” An excerpt, referring to Judy McGovern, executor of the decedent’s estate:

McGovern alleges the defendant failed to provide necessary care and services and failed to develop and implement a comprehensive care plan.

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Should someone you care for experience Illinois nursing home abuse or neglect or a nursing home accident – or suffer an injury at a similar health care facility such as an assisted living facility, retirement home, skilled nursing facility (SNF) or hospital – please contact the nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers at the Elman Law Group at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the situation and to discuss the potential of an injury lawsuit.  This no-obligation legal consultation is free and confidential.  Elman Law Group handles cases on a contingency basis…no fees are charged unless and until monetary compensation is achieved.    

Elman Law Group’s Lead Attorney, Tony Elman, is a personal injury trial lawyer.  Over the last 25+ years Elman Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits.

During this 25+ year period, Elman Law Group has built a reputation for its courtroom trial performance, including getting large verdicts for smaller cases.

To speak directly to Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  This legal consultation is free and confidential.  

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Chicago area and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.

Failure To Prevent Bedsores And Associated Illinois Lawsuits

Bedsores (also typically referred to as pressure ulcers, pressure sores, and pressure injuries) are an affliction to which certain types of individuals are particularly susceptible.

As often discussed on this site, bedsores are often a sign of neglect in the care of a nursing home resident.  There are many steps that can be taken to prevent pressure sores, as well as prevent them from worsening should they develop.  One simple step is to frequently monitor nursing home residents for pressure sore development.  This is especially so for nursing home residents who have limited or no mobility.  Other medical conditions, such as dehydration, can cause and/or worsen the severity of the bedsores.

If prompt and proper medical attention is not provided to those that have developed pressure injuries, the affliction can lead to a variety of adverse health consequences, and in some cases death.

Also of note is that the same neglect in care that led to the development of the pressure sores also can lead to other adverse medical conditions, i.e. the pressure sores may be one of many medical conditions that exist at the same time.

There are many Illinois lawsuits that have been filed regarding bedsores and the injuries – some fatal – that have arisen due to the development of such pressure injuries.  Negligence in care is often cited in these lawsuits.

One such lawsuit is seen in the January 20, 2017 Cook County Record article titled “Alden-Town Manor Rehabilitation and Health Care Center accused of not preventing pressure sores.”  As seen in the article, the plaintiff alleges that the defendants failed to provide adequate medical care to prevent the long-term care facility resident from developing multiple pressure sores.

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Should someone you care for experience Illinois nursing home abuse or neglect or a nursing home accident – or suffer an injury at a similar health care facility such as an assisted living facility, retirement home, skilled nursing facility (SNF) or hospital – please contact the nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers at the Elman Law Group at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the situation and to discuss the potential of an injury lawsuit.  This no-obligation legal consultation is free and confidential.  Elman Law Group handles cases on a contingency basis…no fees are charged unless and until monetary compensation is achieved.    

Elman Law Group’s Lead Attorney, Tony Elman, is a personal injury trial lawyer.  Over the last 25+ years Elman Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits.

During this 25+ year period, Elman Law Group has built a reputation for its courtroom trial performance, including getting large verdicts for smaller cases.

To speak directly to Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  This legal consultation is free and confidential.  

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Chicago area and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Claims Development Of Gangrenous Pressure Sores

As often discussed on this site, pressure sores (also commonly referred to pressure ulcers, bed sores and bedsores) are often a sign of neglect in the care of a nursing home resident.  There are many steps that can be taken to prevent pressure sores, as well as prevent their worsening should they develop.

If prompt and proper medical attention is not provided to those that have developed pressure sores, the affliction can lead to a variety of adverse health consequences, and in some cases death.

Also of note is that the same neglect in care that led to the development of the pressure sores also can also lead to other adverse medical conditions, i.e. the pressure sores may be one of many medical conditions that exist at once.  In some cases, these other medical conditions, such as dehydration, can cause and/or worsen the severity of the pressure sores.

A recent article discusses a wrongful death lawsuit that includes the alleged development of pressure sores as well as other maladies.

An excerpt from the November 7, 2016 Augusta Chronicle article titled “March 20 date set in nursing home wrongful death suit“:

Nearly five years will have passed since Norma Manning’s husband died with gangrenous pressure sores, but this time the owner of the nursing home she has sued for wrongful death won’t get another postponement of trial.

Manning sued Salem Nursing and Rehab, also known as Amara Heath Care and Rehab, in 2013 in Richmond County Superior Court. Her 60-year-old husband, Patrick Manning, died in 2012, 16 months after he went to Salem for rehabilitation following a stroke. Mrs. Manning contends the treatment he received at Salem is responsible for the bed sores, dehydration, malnutrition and infection her husband suffered.

Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Augusta Chronicle article mentioned above.

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Should someone you care for experience Illinois nursing home abuse or neglect or a nursing home accident – or suffer an injury at a similar health care facility such as an assisted living facility, retirement home, skilled nursing facility (SNF) or hospital – please contact the nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers at the Elman Law Group at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the situation and to discuss the potential of an injury lawsuit.  This no-obligation legal consultation is free and confidential.  Elman Law Group handles cases on a contingency basis…no fees are charged unless and until monetary compensation is achieved.    

Elman Law Group’s Lead Attorney, Tony Elman, is a personal injury trial lawyer.  Over the last 25+ years Elman Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits.

During this 25+ year period, Elman Law Group has built a reputation for its courtroom trial performance, including getting large verdicts for smaller cases.

To speak directly to Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  This legal consultation is free and confidential.  

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Chicago area and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.

Lawsuit Filed Regarding The Formation Of Pressure Ulcers

There are many important aspects of pressure sore development.  As frequently discussed on this site, pressure sores (also frequently referred to as pressure ulcers, bedsores, and bed sores) can lead to various adverse health consequences.  As such, a focus on pressure sore prevention is a key facet of proper long-term health care, especially for those people who are more potentially susceptible to developing pressure sores.  If proper pressure sore prevention measures are taken, the possibility of pressure sore development can be greatly reduced.

If pressure sores do develop, it is imperative that the pressure ulcers are quickly – and properly – treated.  There have been many Illinois lawsuits regarding the alleged failure of various long-term health-care facilities (including nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and hospitals) to identify and treat pressure sores in a timely manner, and in many of these incidents this alleged negligence has led to either serious harm – if not death – of the person who developed the pressure sores.  In those instances in which the person died from the worsening of pressure sores wrongful death lawsuits are often filed.

A recent lawsuit filed in the Cook County Circuit Court claims that a nursing home (Manor Care) in Palos Heights was negligent in the care and supervision of a disabled woman, and this woman developed pressure ulcers that were not promptly treated. This lawsuit is discussed in the October 19, 2016 Cook County Record article titled “Disabled woman’s guardian claims negligence by Palos Heights nursing home.”

Additional details can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Cook County Record article mentioned above.

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Should someone you care for experience Illinois nursing home abuse or neglect or a nursing home accident – or suffer an injury at a similar health care facility such as an assisted living facility, retirement home, skilled nursing facility (SNF) or hospital – please contact the nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers at the Elman Law Group at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the situation and to discuss the potential of an injury lawsuit.  This no-obligation legal consultation is free and confidential.  Elman Law Group handles cases on a contingency basis…no fees are charged unless and until monetary compensation is achieved.    

Elman Law Group’s Lead Attorney, Tony Elman, is a personal injury trial lawyer.  Over the last 25+ years Elman Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits.

During this 25+ year period, Elman Law Group has built a reputation for its courtroom trial performance, including getting large verdicts for smaller cases.

To speak directly to Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  This legal consultation is free and confidential.  

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Chicago area and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Regarding Bedsores And Fall

A recent wrongful death lawsuit filed in the Circuit Court of Cook County alleges negligence in nursing home care.  The lawsuit, filed against Southpoint Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, is discussed in the Cook County Record article of September 21, 2016, titled “Wrongful death allegation made against Southpoint Nursing and Rehabilitation.”

As seen in the article, the lawsuit claims that the nursing home failed to provide adequate supervision, and that the development of bedsores – as well as a nursing home fall – contributed to the death of the nursing home resident.

Any time a nursing home patient dies – or significantly suffers – from either bedsores and/or other nursing home injuries, the actions or negligence leading to such a death or significant injuries should be scrutinized and investigated.  The nursing home lawyers at the Elman Law Group can determine whether a lawsuit should be filed with regard to such incidents.  As with any personal injury lawsuit, each incident and injury should be evaluated to determine whether the filing of a lawsuit is warranted.

However, even if you are not sure as to whether nursing home abuse and neglect has been the cause of injuries and/or death, it is highly recommended that you contact the nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers at the Elman Law Group for legal counsel.  This consultation is provided free, is confidential, and is without further obligation.

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Should someone you care for experience Illinois nursing home abuse or neglect or a nursing home accident – or suffer an injury at a similar health care facility such as an assisted living facility, retirement home, skilled nursing facility (SNF) or hospital – please contact the nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers at the Elman Law Group at (773) 392-8182 to discuss the situation and to discuss the potential of an injury lawsuit.  This no-obligation legal consultation is free and confidential.  Elman Law Group handles cases on a contingency basis…no fees are charged unless and until monetary compensation is achieved.    

Elman Law Group’s Lead Attorney, Tony Elman, is a personal injury trial lawyer.  Over the last 20+ years Elman Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits.

During this 20+ year period, Elman Law Group has built a reputation for its courtroom trial performance, including getting large verdicts for smaller cases.

To speak directly to Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  This legal consultation is free and confidential.  

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Chicago area and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.