Your loved one deserves attentive care. Nursing home care isn’t limited only to assisting residents with the activities of daily living, like nutrition and hygiene. Nursing home residents usually have specific medical needs that require ongoing attention and monitoring. If nursing home staff members and appointed medical providers don’t ensure that critical medical care is provided, who will? You need specialists from an excellent Boston personal injury law firm on your side.
If you believe your loved one has suffered neglect because of improper medical care in a nursing home, contact the elder law attorneys at Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, P.C. A member of our team is available to assist you with issues like errors while administering medication, as well as diagnosed illnesses that are not treated by the nursing staff. Call us at 617-917-3917 to speak with a personal injury attorney in Boston from our team. For your convenience, we offer free case reviews.
We provide experienced legal help with nursing home medical error cases in Boston, MA, involving:
Nursing home negligence isn’t limited to carelessness and abuse. Inadequate medical attention is also negligent and, often, actionable under the law. For more information, schedule an appointment with our attorneys.
We have gained an excellent reputation throughout Massachusetts for our work in nursing home negligence law. We have handled many dozens of nursing home-related cases, including many cases rejected by other firms. Our belief is that all Massachusetts residents deserve qualified legal help, including the most helpless and those whose ages are deemed too high to result in a high-value award.
We aren’t just committed to a fair outcome for injured nursing home clients, but to the elderly across Massachusetts. Our firm lawyer, Matthew J. Marcus, promotes elders’ rights through involvement in numerous organizations, the Massachusetts chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the geriatric care management component of Massachusetts General Hospital, Somerville/Cambridge Elder Services’ money management advisory council, and numerous other organizations.
In nursing homes, staff members are required to create, update, and follow a medication plan for each resident. Additionally, nursing home managers are legally required to ensure their staff is properly trained and qualified to administer both prescription medications and medical treatment in accordance with residents’ plans. Consequently, there is no excuse for:
If you believe your loved one’s injuries or death resulted from a medication error in a Massachusetts or Rhode Island nursing home, contact Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, P.C. We provide effective personal injury legal services along with a track record of success spanning many dozens of nursing home injury cases. For caring, diligent, and results-driven nursing home injury legal help in Massachusetts, reach out to our team.
In a crowded legal field, consider hiring a firm that takes real satisfaction in handling cases for those with the most need–the frail and the elderly. At our law firm, we believe that nursing home injury law is a part of our mission. Our team is highly involved in leadership roles in organizations committed to advancing elder law and in promoting the rights of elders and their families. Matthew J. Marcus is involved in numerous organizations committed to the advancement of elders’ safety and care, as explained in his biography.