Man Claims Wife’s Death Is Due To Nursing Home Neglect

Countless individuals have experienced the tragic loss of a loved one on account of negligence. Whether a patient is a permanent or temporary patient at a care facility, he or she should be given the type and amount of care required for his or her respective condition. If a facility in New Mexico does not provide this care to a patient, he or she may suffer extensive pain and suffering as a result. A man in another state is claiming that nursing home neglect leads to the recent death of his wife.

The man claims that after admission to the facility in question, his wife suffered serious injuries, both physical and mental. He claims that these injuries contributed to her death, which took place around five months later. According to the husband, the facility failed to provide his wife with adequate care, along with failing to provide her with an environment free of hazards and abuse.

Nursing homes often promote the ability to properly monitor and care for individuals who cannot do so for themselves. Unfortunately, some patients are abused or simply left alone to suffer. However, these patients have rights that must be upheld, and if a facility is unable to provide a certain level of care, it may be held responsible for its negligence.

Nursing home neglect has led to the serious injury and/or death of countless individuals over the years. Victims or surviving family members who are forced to face a similar situation may be entitled to compensation for damages through the civil justice system. Since the process can be challenging to navigate, individuals in New Mexico often retain the services of an attorney for advice on how to proceed with a claim against the party deemed culpable.

Source:, “Spouse blames nursing home operator for wife’s death“, Philip Gonzales, April 11, 2017

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