Watertown Choking & Suffocation Injury Lawyers
Many nursing home residents have difficulty swallowing. The medical term for this condition is "dysphagia" and it is especially common in people who have suffered strokes.
When you make the difficult decision to place a loved one in the care of a nursing home, you trust that they will be well taken care of.
If that trust has been betrayed and your loved one has suffered a serious or fatal choking injury because of it, our attorneys can provide a strong voice for justice on your behalf.
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How Our Legal Professionals Can Help You
When a nursing home resident suffers a choking injury or dies from suffocation, there are three common culprits: inadequate staffing, inadequate supervision or poor training of the home's employees.
At D'Amico & Pettinicchi, LLC, we hold negligent nursing care providers accountable for choking injuries and suffocation deaths which are often at times attributable to cost-cutting measures implemented by management.
We are ready to act quickly and will thoroughly investigate your claim. If we find there is reason to believe neglect or abuse is responsible ? we will seek justice for the injuries, pain and suffering, medical care for or loss of your loved one.
We handle nursing home negligence claims on a contingency basis; you pay no attorney fees unless we are successful in recovering compensation on your behalf.
D'Amico & Pettinicchi - Trusted Injury Lawyers. Ph: (866) 848-7077