Holding Nursing Homes Responsible For Malnutrition

Nursing homes and recovery centers are required to provide adequate nutrition and hydration to individuals in their care. Facility staff should be monitoring residents' food and beverage intake to ensure they are meeting their daily needs. Otherwise, if a resident is not eating or drinking enough, dehydration and malnutrition can occur and result in more serious illness or injury.

If your loved one has suffered injury as the result of nursing home malnutrition or dehydration, the lawyers at The Law Office of George H. Romania, LLC, can help. Our New Haven firm has been advocating for nursing home injury victims for more than two decades. We know the rules nursing home facilities in Connecticut must adhere to and will hold them liable for injuries that your loved one suffered due to malnutrition or dehydration.

Dehydration Is All Too Common In Nursing Homes

Sometimes, malnutrition and dehydration can be signs of deeper problems at a care facility. Although no one wants to sue their loved one's care facility, filing a claim may be what it takes to improve practices for the betterment of all patients.

With our strong track record and reputation in and out of the courtroom, we can provide the representation you need to fight for the rights of your loved one, as well as other nursing home residents. We will work hard to make sure you obtain the justice and financial compensation you deserve.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

To discuss your case with a New Haven attorney for nursing home malnutrition and dehydration, call 888-350-3891 or send an e-mail using our online contact form. We offer free initial consultations and charge on a contingency basis. This means no recovery, no fee.