Many times, accidents and their resulting injuries and damages can have more than one cause, or more than one responsible party. When the injury victim themselves are partially responsible, for example not wearing a seat-belt and subsequently being injured in a car accident, then their own responsibility can affect the total compensation they can recover… Read More
In general, when someone is injured on a property because of unsafe conditions like exposed wiring, uncovered sewer openings, loose steps, unmarked wet floors, etc, that injured party would file a premises liability claim against the property’s owner, maintenance staff, landlord, or potentially some combination of the responsible parties. These premises liability claims generally assume… Read More
While movies and television shows love to dramatize “the courtroom battle”, the fact of the matter is that over 90% of all personal injury and medical malpractice claims are concluded through a settlement, rather than decided through a jury verdict. This is due to the fact that there are advantages to reaching a settlement for… Read More
New Jersey car insurance policies operate on a “no fault” basis, meaning anytime a person is injured in a car accident, they are able to turn to their own car insurance provider for compensation for damages like medical expenses and lost wages, regardless of who was at fault for the accident. However, many drivers opt… Read More
While movies love to depict the epic courtroom battles that occur surrounding medical malpractice cases, statistics show that most medical malpractice cases are actually resolved through what is known as “a settlement”. Settlements are basically when the injured party and the insurance company of the negligent party decide to resolve the medical malpractice claim for… Read More
Nursing Malpractice Attorney in Somerville, New Jersey
When you entrust a nurse with your care or the care of your loved ones, you expect him or her to make every effort to provide adequate nurturing and treatment. When this does not happen, individuals are often left with dire consequences. This is especially true for nursing home residents who depend greatly on life-sustaining assistance from others.
At The Law Office of Brian J. Levine, we recognize how damaging the careless actions of a nurse can be to the lives of our clients. We are prepared to put an end to nursing negligence by holding those hospital, hospice and home care nurses and attendants accountable for their behavior.
Bridgewater NJ Nursing Home Injury Attorney
For nearly 25 years, principal attorney Brian J. Levine has been helping clients throughout New Jersey who have been injured in medical malpractice and personal injury cases. He has achieved millions of dollars in recoveries for clients and their family members who have suffered from:
If you believe that your loved one has been victimized as a result of nursing neglect, or if you have been abused, we urge you to contact our firm right away. Somerville nursing home negligence attorney Brian J. Levine is committed to helping you stop harmful behavior. Working one-on-one with you, our medical malpractice attorney will assist you in recognizing signs of elder abuse and negligence, and help you understand your legal rights to stop it.
You or your family member should not have to live with negligent nursing behavior. The Law Office of Brian J. Levine, strives to recover maximized compensation for medical care and the other damages our clients have endured. If trial is necessary, we will be prepared to purposefully fight for your rights.
Contact a Raritan NJ Nursing Home Negligence Lawyer for a Free Consultation
We invite you to contact The Law Office of Brian J. Levine, today to schedule a free and confidential consultation regarding your medical malpractice case at 908-524-0123, or e-mail us. Our law office is based in Somerville, New Jersey. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., but our lawyers are available 24/7. Ask us about our contingency fees.
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