On November 6, 2009, at approximately 2:00 p.m. eight jurors returned a unanimous verdict for the Plaintiff, Vita Monestersky and against the Uniontown Hospital in the amount of $2,300,000.00. No special damages for medical bills or lost wages were in…
Pennsylvania Nursing Home Injuries Lawyer
At the law office of Thomas E. Crenney & Associates, LLC located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, we understand the complexities of a family’s decision to trust an elder care facility with the care of an aged loved one. You put your trust in the doctors, nurses and nurse’s aides to provide personalized attention to your family member. It can be devastating and heartbreaking to later find out that your loved one has been abused and neglected by these trusted professionals. Nothing compares to the emotion of finding out that a family member has been seriously injured or experienced a fatal incident while in another’s care. However, through legal action, your family and injured loved one can be compensated for injuries, recovery, and pain and suffering.
At Thomas E. Crenney & Associates, LLC in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, we address personal family concerns as we aggressively pursue claims on behalf of injured parties. Our nursing home injury lawyers will work with you to minimize your family’s suffering and to bring the responsible party to justice.
Tackling a Difficult Area of Personal Injury
Nursing home injury cases are extremely complex cases involving a number of factors. Levels of care differ from facility to facility, and nursing home workers are often poorly trained, inexperienced and underpaid. For these reasons, it is difficult to ensure proper care of elderly residents. Our firm uses its years of experience handling nursing home injury cases to win compensation for injuries and ensure better care standards are instituted in these facilities. We handle personal injury cases relating to the following:
- Elder abuse
- Decubitus ulcers, pressure ulcers and bedsores
- Falls resulting from failure to provide appropriate supervision
- Failure to monitor
- Medication issues
- Failure to check vitals
- Wrongful death
A Limited Window of Time
Under Pennsylvania law, there is a two-year statute of limitations for pursuing personal injury cases such as nursing home injury and abuse. Do not wait for an elder care facility’s response to an incident before seeking help from a nursing home injury attorney. Aggressively and efficiently pursuing your claim can bring about a resolution in a short time.
If you suspect that your parent, spouse, or loved one’s injuries or death was the result of improper supervision or substandard elder care, you can rely on Thomas E. Crenney & Associates, LLC to pursue your claim and help bring closure in a difficult time. Contact us today for more information or to schedule a free initial consultation.