Don’t believe those who tell you that abuse and neglect cases aren’t worthy of litigation. For over 20 years, families in New England have trusted us to treat their cases with compassion and get results. This sample of the verdicts and settlements that have been obtained demonstrate that there is real value behind pursuing justice for abuse and neglect cases.

Woman in Rehab Dies from UTI Complications

A 77-year-old female died 18 days after being admitted to a nursing home for rehabilitation. The decedent developed septic shock allegedly due to the nursing staff not being properly trained and supervised, resulting in a delay in the diagnosis and treatment of a urinary tract infection.

Patient Suffers Fatal Head Injury in Fall From Hoyer Lift

A 69-year-old man died from injuries when he was dropped by nursing home staff while being transferred with a Hoyer lift. The case was settled for $3 million.

Pivotal Case in Arbitration Clause: Barrow v. Dartmouth House Nursing Home, Inc.

In a pivotal case, the son of a woman killed in a nursing home and his attorney David Hoey were able to convince the appeals court that the arbitration clause in his mother's contract with the nursing home was invalid.

Johnson v. Kindred Healthcare, Inc.

The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts decided that an agreement signed by a deceased nursing home resident's health care agent was not subject to an arbitration clause. The case was vacated and remanded.

Assisted Living Facility Resident Dies After Multiple Falls

An Assisted Living Facility and its owners and managers grew too fast and could not manage the quality of care that their residents required, accepting residents not suited for the facility. The resident suffered multiple falls and eventually died from hemorrhaging.

Estate of Genevieve Calandro v. Radius Healthcare

Nursing home neglected a 91 year-old woman who died of congestive heart failure due to acute sudden renal failure.

Kira Wahlstrom v. JPA Management Company, Inc.

Owners and managers of a Boston hotel-parking garage were aware of the dangers in the garage, such as drug activity and homeless vagrants, and failed to provide adequate security when they did not equip the garage with security camera on any of the floors and employed as little as one to two security personnel to patrol the entire hotel complex and the six floor garage.

Marie-Claire Courchaine v. Kindred Healthcare, Inc.

Nursing home caretaker and staff member took advantage of a dementia resident’s inability to remember past 5 minutes and her complete dependence on others when he sexually assaulted her.


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