New York Inadequate Supervision Lawyer

New York Inadequate Supervision Lawyer

  • February 24, 2014
  • Antin, Ehrlich & Epstein, LLP
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New York Inadequate Supervision Lawyer

Serious nursing home injuries often can be traced to inadequate supervision. Many injuries would not occur except in an environment of neglect.

At Antin, Ehrlich & Epstein, LLP, our attorneys take the safety of seniors in New York City nursing homes very seriously. For more than two decades, our lawyers have helped injured people obtain the medical care they need and financial compensation they deserve — and we have the results to prove it.

Inadequate Supervision And Understaffing

Neglect in nursing homes may be a result of understaffing, inadequate supervision, or insufficient training. Nursing homes are businesses, and many operators seek to increase their profits by keeping staff expenses to a minimum.

In New York, registered nurses play a central role in nursing home care. In addition to providing care to residents, registered nurses are responsible for supervising licensed practical nurses and nursing assistants.

If your loved one has suffered an injury that you believe may have been caused by understaffing or inadequate supervision, contact our attorneys as soon as possible so we can review your case and explain your options.

Contact A New York Inadequate Supervision Lawsuit Attorney

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our New York City inadequate supervision lawyers, call 212-221-5999 or email us.

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