Can you sue a hospital if you develop bedsores?

Bedsores are often a sign of neglect and can be the result of hospital malpractice, nurse malpractice or nursing home negligence. It is simply not acceptable that they should happen while a person is at a facility in the care of professionals. Sadly, bedsores are the underlying cause of death for several thousand Americans each year. They are not the fault of the patient. The patient is a victim. A bedsore lawsuit is a way to seek justice for the pain and suffering and also a get a financial award for the victim or family of a deceased victim.

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Bedsores can develop quickly, progress rapidly and are often difficult to heal. Caring for them can cost into the tens of thousand of dollars. Often, due to the lower staffing in nursing homes, patients are forced to wait longer for care, such as simply being turned in a bed, or the changing of soiled linens and clothes. One example of how they can happen is if a patient cannot change themselves then they are forced to sit or lay in their own urine until a caregiver arrives. While the patient waits, their skin is being weakened by the moisture making them susceptible to bedsores. Health experts agree that bedsores do not have to occur. Preventive measures from a nursing home, hospital or health care provider are your legal right. It is the duty of a nursing home or hospital to follow proper procedures to prevent them.

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If you want further information on this subject, feel free to email or call me. bedsores@RaphanLaw.com. All conversations are confidential.

Regards,

Brian

212-268-8200

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