Monday, July 20, 2015

Baltimore Nursing Home Neglect Lawyers: $30 Million Lawsuit Against Nursing Home

The family of a woman who died in August of 2014 is suing a Catonsville nursing home alleging medical negligence and severe neglect caused the death of their loved one. Video footage shot by the deceased’s daughter-in-law shows the woman wailing in pain for more than an hour while nursing home staff ignored her cries for help. The patient, 85, was admitted to ManorCare Woodbridge Valley in July, 2014 for rehab after falling in her home. During her stay at the nursing home; however, her family claims she also suffered a fracture in her left arm and a dislocated right arm, both of which were unexplained by nursing home staff. The lawsuit also notes a number of discrepancies in the patient’s ManorCare chart. During a visit in August, the woman’s daughter-in-law became concerned about the quality of treatment her mother-in-law was receiving. She began recording video of her mother-in-law moaning in pain and pleading for assistance to get to the bathroom. The video shows her daughter

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