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Recent Verdicts & Settlements

David Fritzgerald was admitted to RHD Memorial Medical Center for routine ulcer surgery Aug. 29, 2003. Shortly after...
Gilbert Wilson was an alzheimer's patient living at Eden Home Healthcare Inc. Mr. Wilson went into the facility...
James Reinhardt, a 75-year-old dementia patient moved into a secure dementia unit at Sunrise at Mill Basin in 2002....

Recent News

MARTINSBURG - Approximately 110 residents at an area nursing home were evacuated Tuesday evening after a fire started...
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Twelve West Virginia nursing home programs got five-star ratings ("much above average")...
CHARLESTON -- Medicare's Nursing Home Compare program rated 34 out of 130 licensed nursing homes as well below...
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The family of a man who was hit and killed by a CSX train last month after he wandered off from a...
CLARKSBURG -- State regulators have refused to issue a license for the West Virginia Veterans Nursing Home because of a...
FAIRMONT — After physical plant problems delayed the opening of the West Virginia Veterans Nursing Facility in...

Nursing Home Law... It's What We Do

Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect

Nursing home residents have a right to be treated with dignity and respect. They have a right to receive the necessary care, treatment, and services that enable them to maintain or increase their quality of life. However, these rights are often violated by the nursing homes.

Nursing home abuse is a serious problem, and with an increasing elderly population entering nursing homes, the potential for neglect grows as homes are frequently understaffed and don't provide the level of care residents require.

When Experience Matters

At McHugh Fuller, we have the knowledge and the experience in nursing home abuse litigation to successfully fight for your loved one's rights. For almost 20 years, we have been holding nursing home companies accountable for the health and safety of their residents when they have put profits above quality care.

If you have seen or experienced any of these common signs of abuse - dehydration, significant weight loss, bedsores, or broken bones and other unexplained injuries - call our office immediately to set up an appointment with one of our highly-qualified attorneys. Let us help you get the justice your loved one deserves.