Neglected Wound Care

Manassas, Virginia, Neglected Wound Care Lawyers

Nursing Home and Hospital Negligence

Has a Loved One Suffered Due to Neglected Wound Care?

Nursing home residents and hospital patients depend on doctors, nurses and other health care professionals to properly care for their wounds and injuries. Many are helpless to do this on their own. Unfortunately, many health care facilities fail to provide proper care to wounded and injured patients — resulting in unnecessary illnesses and even death.

Discuss your case with a personal injury lawyer. Call our Manassas, Virginia, law office at 866-719-4394, or contact an attorney online.

Hospital and Nursing Home Neglect

Neglected wound care is among the most basic services a health care facility should provide to patients. However, nursing homes are filled to capacity. Hospitals are understaffed. The result? Patients suffer.

At The Law Offices of Locklin & Coleman, PLLC, we represent people who have suffered due to neglected wound care. We typically handle cases involving:

  • Staph infections
  • Post-surgical infections
  • Objects left in body following surgery
  • Infections or illnesses caused by unclean hospitals and emergency rooms
  • Untreated bedsores
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Complications arising from neglected fractures/broken bones

Have you or a loved one suffered due to neglected wound care? Was a nurse negligent? Did the nursing home fail to keep your loved one's wounds clean and cared for? No matter what the cause of the injury, we are here to help you or a family member obtain compensation to recover physically and financially after an illness or infection. Health care facilities are meant to help us heal, not to make us sick. We are here to provide you with the legal representation necessary to obtain the compensation you deserve after suffering medical negligence.

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Have you or a loved one suffered due to neglected wound care? Call our northern Virginia law office at 866-719-4394, or contact us online. We will talk about your case and options in a free consultation.