Texas Nursing Home Bedsores Lawyers

Attorneys Handling Medically Negligent Nursing Home Bedsore Lawsuits

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What Causes Bedsores in Nursing Home & Assisted Living Patients?

If an immobile resident is not moved frequently, they can suffer from bedsores, also described as pressure wounds, decubitus ulcers, or pressure ulcers. Agonizing infections can develop in these wounds if they do not receive treatment quickly. Often, nursing home staff do not move the residents frequently enough to avoid the development of pressure wounds. If you have discover your relative has developed pressure wounds, contact a Houston attorney experienced in dealing with medical malpractice.

Bedsores Should NEVER Happen

It is standard procedure that nursing home and hospital staff should frequently move immobile residents to stop pressure wounds from developing. Doctors are ultimately responsible for ensuring that their patients are moved frequently to avoid to formation of these sores. Staffing issues, miscommunication and negligence by management are all errors covered by malpractice law. You have the legal ability to lodge a complaint on behalf of yourself or a relative to ensure the liable party is held to account for their actions.

The medical community is apt at hiding behind defenses explaining why bedsores occur. You may have heard “this is common in patients of this age”. This is not true and should not be accepted practice. When you hold the responsible nursing home liable, it may stop another family suffering as your loved one has. Our lawyers are here to help you put together a case and will pursue the maximum compensation for you and your family.

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Dedicated Bed Sore Law Firm with Compassionate, Personal Service

Attorney Tommy Hastings and his team at Hastings Law Firm have a history spanning over 10 years in ensuring that liable medical professionals are held responsible for their negligence. They have secured millions of dollars on behalf of clients who have suffered as a result of malpractice. They hold an impressive record of victorious results and they are highly regarded by their Texas colleagues and opponents alike.

We have created a comfortable and relaxed environment and everyone is here to personally connect with you and your story. We become invested in you and the suffering caused to your loved one. By understanding what your family has gone through, we are able to relate to you on a higher level and this makes us work all the more diligently on your behalf.

 Common Types of Bedsore Malpractice Cases:

  • Gangrene
  • Osteomylitis
  • Bedsore Death
  • Necrotizing Fasciitis
  • Pressure Sore
  • Stage 3 Bedsore
  • Stage 4 Bedsore
  • Unstageable Bedsore
  • Sacral Bedsore

If You or a Loved One Has Suffered Bedsores as a Result of Nursing Home or Hospital Negligence, We’re Here to Help.

The Hastings Law Firm specializes in medical malpractice law across Texas. We represent individuals and families who have suffered trauma or death as a result of negligence or mistreatment at the hands of medical professionals whether in hospitals or nursing homes. Contact our Texas medical error law firm at 877-269-4620 or through our website to arrange your no-cost initial consult. We will give you a complimentary and private consultation to discuss your legal rights and a potential lawsuit. We further note that all our clients are charged on a contingency basis. This means that you will not be charged our fee unless we secure compensation on your behalf.



Don’t Wait! Contact Us Today to Get the Help You Deserve From One of the Best Medical Malpractice Law Firms in Texas.

We represent clients from all across Texas. If you or a loved one has been injured by medical negligence of a healthcare provider or facility, contact us now for a free consultation. Our personal injury attorneys will review the details of your case, make sure you understand your legal rights, and discuss the possibilities of a lawsuit. Call us at the number below or complete the form and a member of our staff will contact you as soon as possible. All consultations are strictly confidential.