New Jersey boasts dozens of highly rated nursing homes and assisted living facilities in which families entrust the care of their elderly loved ones. When searching assisted senior care for an older or infirm relative, many people rely on their state’s regulatory agencies for crucial information about licensing, inspection reports and regulatory actions.
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The consumer watchdog organization, Public Citizen, recently released a report discussing trends for medical malpractice lawsuits in New Jersey and across the country. The advocacy group has been tracking statistics with regard to medical malpractice payouts, adverse event claims, and medical error reports.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that individuals who file a hospital malpractice lawsuit in NJ shall not be granted access to investigative hospital records into what mistakes were possibly committed. The law aims to encourage health care workers to learn from and prevent future medical errors.
The term “five star rating” when applied to a hotel conjures up visions of fluffy white towels and soft cotton robes, polished marble floors, and white glove service with a smile.
Hospital malpractice lawyers recently filed a lawsuit against Staten Island University Hospital and Dr. Leonid Gorelik on behalf of Rinat Dray, a 35-year-old mother from Brooklyn who suffered a terrifying C-section against her will.