Medication Error

Wrong Insulin Dose, Other Neglect Results In $1.05 Million Nursing Home Verdict By Gregory Froom The estate of a diabetic woman whose blood sugar plummeted after she was injected with another patient’s insulin has won a $1.05 million verdict against the Upstate nursing home where she resided. The estate claimed that the 85-year-old patient suffered


Estate Settles Nursing Home Neglect Claim Over Dehydration Plaintiffs Claimed Facility Failed To Address Fluid Intake, Urinary Infection $300,000 Mediated Settlement Principal injuries (in order of severity): Dehydration, malnutrition and UTI causing death. County where tried or settled: York Case Name and Number: Barley et al. v. White Oak Manor – York, Inc. et al.,

The Family Factor

Weighing The ‘Family Factor’ In Nursing Home Neglect Cases By Michael Dayton Before heading to trial with a nursing home neglect action, Spartanburg attorney Gary W. Poliakoff offers this advice: think about the family. “The family factor is more unique to nursing homes than other kinds of cases,” Poliakoff told Lawyers Weekly. “A loving family


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