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Nursing Home Litigation

Connick McNamee P.L.L.C., has a specialized team of experienced litigators who represent various clients who provide a full range of aging and rehabilitative services, including skilled nursing and rehabilitation, assisted living and home health care agencies in matters involving falls, negligence, malpractice, supervision, pressure ulcers (bedsores), nutrition issues, alleged abuse and infection control.

Connick McNamee PLLC has a specialized team of experienced litigators who represent various clients who provide a full range of aging and rehabilitative services, including skilled nursing and rehabilitation, assisted living and home health care agencies in matters involving falls, negligence, malpractice, supervision, pressure ulcers (bedsores), nutrition issues, alleged abuse and infection control.

As hybrid attorney attorneys defending traditional medical malpractice and general liability claims, our litigators have developed extensive and unique experience in defending nursing homes and other long-term care facilities by combining comprehensive knowledge of the medical and nursing fields, and ability to analyze relevant regulations and statutes, including knowledge of the Public Health Law (PHL), the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA) and the New York Code of Rules and Regulations (NYCRR). Notably, nursing home cases are unique, because certain sections of the PHL expressly authorize the award of punitive damages and attorney fees where a plaintiff can prove the deprivation of right or benefit of a nursing home resident, which may significantly increase exposure or value of a case. Our attorneys are well-versed with respect to the applicable laws and statutes, and are able to critically explore liability, causation and damages issues.This allows us to successfully defend against erroneous allegations of strict liability pursuant to New York’s strict laws governing nursing facilities.

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