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West Virginia widow files lawsuit against nursing home for death

When a loved one gets injured at home and seeks medical care, both the patient and patient's family members have the right to expect that the hospital and other medical facilities involved in the patient's care will offer proper treatments for the patient. In some cases, sensitivities to medications are discovered during the care. When that occurs, proper documentation of the sensitivity and orders for avoiding the medication are usually standard.

Lawsuit: West Virginia man dies from nursing home negligence

A West Virginia family is alleging nursing home neglect after a loved one died at a Fayette County facility. It is a sad reality often faced by elderly people and their families, as the centers responsible for their care allow untreated medical conditions to cause larger problems. In this instance, a man reportedly died from an untreated sepsis infection.

West Virginia woman's death leads to nursing home negligence suit

All nursing homes should set out with the goal of protecting patients and providing a high level of care. When mistakes take place or nursing home staff members are poorly trained or incompetent, negligence can lead to poor care and even injuries or death.

Alzheimer's patients may have been neglected at nursing home

While the following nursing home neglect story may not have occurred in Huntington, the disturbing circumstances of it certainly warrant some discussion -- especially given the major ruling here in West Virginia just last year regarding an abused Alzheimer's patient.


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