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Can You Sue a New York Nursing Home for Wrongful Death?

Unexpectedly losing a loved one is a devastating experience, especially if it results from a nursing home's negligence. In this situation, you can pursue a wrongful death claim and hold the nursing home accountable. In doing so, it's important to understand what New York considers wrongful death, who can file the claim, the statute of limitations, and what damages you can recover. We understand Read More >>

How Do You Know if You Have a Wrongful Death Case in NYC?

  Losing someone you love is one of the hardest things you’ll ever experience, especially if it was due to someone else’s negligence. No amount of compensation can turn the clock back and change what happened, and it won’t make coping with your loss any easier. However, retrieving those losses and damages through a wrongful death claim can help you and your family manage the excessive financial Read More >>


The Veterans Administration continues to struggle with caring for its nursing home residents according to USA TODAY’s Donovan Slack who wrote the story “My Dad Died At Their Hands: WWII Vet Fatally Injured at VA Nursing Home.” 91-year-old James “Milt” Ferguson, a World War II veteran residing at an Iowa VA home for less than a month, ultimately died from a head injury caused by a fall while Read More >>

Wrongful-death claims reveal tragic toll of medical blunders at city hospitals – New York Post

An article by authors, Sara Dorn and Mary Kay Linge (with additional contributions by Melissa Klein and Isabel Vincent), appeared in the March 9, edition of the New York Post, in the Metro section, entitled, "Wrongful-death claims reveal tragic toll of medical blunders at city hospitals." A terrible statistic was presented in The Post's team's important reporting: "Medical misconduct has killed Read More >>