Institutional Malpractice

Nursing homes and long-term care facilities are considered healthcare providers. Under the Illinois Medical Malpractice Act, all healthcare providers are required to treat residents and patients with the same level of care that a reasonable healthcare provider would give in the same circumstances. Any nursing home or individual employee (such as a nurse, aide, or therapist) who fails to provide adequate medical care to a nursing home resident may be liable for medical or professional malpractice. You may have a claim if your loved one has been subjected to substandard medical care by an Illinois nursing home or other long-term care facility.

See more information in our section on Medical Malpractice

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Common Signs of Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect:

  • Failure to provide medical treatment and follow-up care to residents
  • Injuries/falls due to a lack of supervision and attentive care by staff members
  • Injuries due to attacks by other residents
  • Lack of hygiene (including lack of baths for residents)
  • Ulcers/pressure sores
  • Use of chemical restraints (sedatives) and over-medication
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