Nursing Home Law

Garson & Jakub LLP boasts an exceptional team of attorneys who specialize in nursing home and aging services defense. This practice group is equipped with a comprehensive database of correlated medical and legal research and has cultivated close relationships with esteemed medical and nursing experts in this field.

Nursing homes and other long-term care facilities are subject to a wide range of claims, allegations, and lawsuits as they are governed by both federal and state regulations. Common allegations in these cases include mistreatment or neglect of residents, medication errors, inadequate nutrition and hydration, and wrongful death.

As such, practicing in the area of nursing home law requires a thorough understanding of relevant laws and regulations, as well as medical care practices, insurance operations, and protocols for managing risk.

Who We Represent

Garson & Jakub LLP’s clientele is diverse and encompasses nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, continuing care retirement communities, board, and long-term care homes, home care agencies, and hospice care facilities.

What We Handle

Our legal team at Garson & Jakub LLP has extensive experience in nursing home law and has successfully defended against a wide range of claims. We work together to prepare for aggressive tactics used by plaintiff’s attorneys during discovery, conduct thorough investigations, and develop effective strategies to defend our clients. We are committed to providing our clients with a strong defense and offer risk management advice to proactively mitigate potential issues.
Additionally, we remain actively involved in alternative dispute-resolution methods.

How We Help

At Garson & Jakub LLP, our practice areas include nursing home law, covering the defense of nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living centers, and other long-term facilities against a wide range of claims.

Our experienced attorneys handle claims such as resident falls, elder abuse and neglect, alleged assault upon residents, nursing home malpractice, improper wound care, pressure ulcers, medication errors, nutrition or hydration errors, and wrongful death in these areas.