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Nursing Home Abuse And Personal InjuryThroughout New Mexico

March 2017 Archives

Woman claims nursing home neglect lead to husbands suffering

There are countless health care centers across the country that provide temporary or permanent treatment for patients in need. Many individuals in New Mexico who are admitted to these facilities are unable to express any present discomfort and require around-the-clock supervision. If a patient is not monitored and cared for properly, the result can be catastrophic. A woman in another state is claiming nursing home neglect lead to the recent death of her husband.

Permanent damages caused by brain injuries in New Mexico

Many individuals have suffered a loss to quality of life as the result of a serious head injury. Brain injuries often vary in severity and can lead to permanent damages that may have a significant impact on a person's ability to perform daily tasks. Among certain age groups, falls and car accidents are some of the more common causes of similar injuries. Since symptoms can take time to appear, individuals in New Mexico who suffer a brain injury should seek immediate medical attention.

Nursing home neglect blamed for death of a woman

When individuals reside in a care facility, they leave their well-being in the hands of another. Nursing homes in New Mexico admit new patients every day, with the promise of a certain quality of care. When this standard is not met, patients often suffer as a result. A facility in another state has been accused of nursing home neglect after the death of a former resident.

Man suffers permanent damages to brain after heart surgery

Patients who face surgery for a major health condition put their lives in the hands of others. Surgeons in New Mexico undergo numerous years of training and residency, and are expected to have the utmost diligence in the care and treatment of their patients. If a surgeon is negligent during a medical procedure, permanent damages to the health and well-being of the patient may result.

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