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Bed Sores Injury Help
Bed Sores Injury Help

Nursing Home Bedsores

Bedsore InjuriesIs someone you love suffering from bedsores because of nursing home neglect? Bedsores, sometimes called pressure ulcers or decubitus ulcers, are a red flag for nursing home abuse and neglect. Despite what some may think, a bedsore is not an unavoidable condition.


Nursing Home Neglect

Bedsores are caused by a lack of blood flow to an area of the skin resulting from prolonged pressure on one area of the body. They are most likely to develop on areas with prominent bones beneath thin layers of skin, such as the tailbone, heels, elbows and shoulder blades. Bedridden nursing home residents who rely on others to move them are at high risk of developing bedsores. Some estimates put the incidence of bedsores among people living in nursing homes and residential facilities at 23 percent.

We Hold Facilities Responsible

Foot BedsoreOur nursing home bedsore lawyers have made it their mission to ensure that facilities where abuse or neglect occur are held accountable for their failure to provide residents with an appropriate level of care. Nursing home patients who haves suffered bedsores due to negligent care may be able receive compensation for their pain and suffering. If your loved one has been the victim of nursing home bedsores, we urge you to contact one of our nursing home bedsore lawyers today for a free evaluation of your case.


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Legal Help for Victims

To make sure that neglectful facility is held accountable, please contact one of our nursing home bedsore lawyers today by filling out our online form or calling
1-800-BED-SORE (1-800-233-7673)1-800-BED-SORE (1-800-233-7673)

Stages of Bedsores

When bedsores start to develop, the affected skin will become red and irritated, progressing to an open sore.
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What You Need To Know

In most situations there is no medically valid reason for a pressure ulcer to progress to a Stage IV situation.
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Improper Care

Failure to provide the proper medical care increases the risk of developing nursing home bedsores.
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