Although nurses aides were aware that Matthew Ambrose suffered from Alzheimer’s, wasn’t allowed to be unattended and had difficulties with balance, he was left sitting on the edge of his bed, the morning of Sept. 12, 2011.
The aide left Ambrose alone to get something that would help lift him from the bed into his wheelchair. By the time the aide returned, he was lying on the floor with a broken neck. The injury resulted in surgery where his neck had to be stabilized by a metal screw.
When you entrust the care of your loved one to a nursing home facility, it can be shocking to find out they have been the victim of neglect or abuse. When someone you love has suffered serious injuries, you should speak as soon as possible to a Kentucky nursing home abuse attorney.
You may be able to file a claim against the facility and receive compensation that addresses your loved one’s physical and emotional injuries. Don’t delay as you may be running out of time.
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