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Are Nursing Homes Liable for Falls?

Residents in nursing homes can be very frail, and it is not uncommon that they will fall down and get hurt.  This can be a very emotional experience for the resident and family members.  One question you may ask yourself is, are nursing homes liable for falls?  Our attorneys can help explain. Are Nursing Homes Liable For Falls? The answer to this question, generally, is yes. Eve... CONTINUE READING

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Villages of Orleans Health & Rehabilitation Center Sued by the New York State Attorney General’s Office

The Orleans County nursing home, Villages of Orleans Health and Rehabilitation Center, where at least 23 patients died early on in the Covid pandemic has been sued by the New York State Attorney General's office. The lawsuit relates to the treatment or lack of treatment provided to its residents. The nursing home abuse attorneys at Feroleto Law have in the past provided information on nursing home... CONTINUE READING

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Bufalo Area Nursing Homes Continue Covid Safety Violations

Yet again Buffalo and Western New York nursing homes have been found to violate minimum Covid safety rules, putting our seniors at unnecessary risk. Seven facilities in the Buffalo area have recently been fined by the New York State Department of Health for failing to meet safety rules put in place in to protect residents and staff from contracting the Covid-19 virus. The virus is often fatal to s... CONTINUE READING

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Covid 19 Violations In Buffalo Nursing Homes

The Buffalo Center For Rehabilitation and Nursing, an Erie County, New York nursing home received the second largest fine in New York State From the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently. The fine was for brazen Covid safety violations. It all comes down to management. While inspectors were present during a Covid focused inspection last year, employees were observed entering the room... CONTINUE READING

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It is no secret that most of the nursing homes in the State of New York fail to obtain a high rating from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services due to severe deficiencies in the level of care provided to elderly residents. Despite this longstanding failure of nursing homes in providing inadequate care to aging and at risk residents, Governor Cuomo ordered that Covid-19 patients be placed i... CONTINUE READING

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Early into the coronavirus pandemic it became clear that the elderly, especially those in nursing homes, are at highest risk for contraction of the virus and are most likely to suffer severe complications from the virus, including death. Many nursing homes throughout the United States have long been known to provide substandard care to our seniors. As Buffalo nursing home abuse attorneys, we hea... CONTINUE READING

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Corona Virus Concerns in Senior Facitilies

It is reasonable to be concerned about Corona virus in Buffalo and Western New York nursing homes and senior facilities. In fact, yesterday, March 10, 2020. Industry leaders suggested curtailing social visits to homes across the country, describing the coronavirus is "one of the most significant, if not the most significant issues" the nursing home industry and never... CONTINUE READING

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Another Buffalo Nursing Home Fined. Insufficient Staffing Is Dangerous For Patients

Another Buffalo nursing home was fined. It was cited for staffing deficiencies. As much as you may not want to do it, sometimes you need to call a Buffalo nursing home attorney. Sapphire Rehabilitation of Southtowns, located in Buffalo New York, was fined for its deficiency. However, the maximum fine set by the New York State Health Department for this deficiency is only $... CONTINUE READING

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Nursing home fined, another closed, patients transferred to lowest rated facility

Kaleida Health will be paying a $500,000 penalty in a case brought by the New York State Attorney General's office for care provided at its HighPointe facility in Buffalo. The settlement involved two matters; one where a patient died while choking on liquefied food. The allegation was that none of the nursing home staff was properly watching a toddler while being fed liquefied food through a feedi... CONTINUE READING

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Another Patient Has a Violent Death at Emerald South Nursing Home

At 6 a.m. on June 4, 2018, Buffalo Police received a 911 call from an employee of the Emerald South Nursing Home who found an 87-year-old resident of the nursing home, lying in the parking lot, as she was coming into work. the patient sought to attempted to escape the nursing home by tying clothes and bed sheets together. He then tried to climb out of his third floor window when he plummeted 34 fe... CONTINUE READING

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