Kentucky Nursing Home Clogged Breathing Tubes
Clogged breathing tubes, like choking, deprive oxygen to the brain and can cause brain damage or even death. While such an injury may appear to be accidental, nursing homes can be held accountable under certain factual scenarios. If the choking occurred because the patient was not properly monitored and this led to a clogged breathing tube, it is the fault of the nursing home, and your loved one may have a nursing home abuse case. Contact our personal injury attorneys for more information if a loved one has been injured by a clogged breathing tube in a nursing home.
No Recovery, No Fee in Nursing Home Injury Cases
We take cases on a contingent basis, meaning that there is generally no cost to you unless we are able to recover a settlement or judgment on your behalf. We also front all litigation costs, meaning you need no money down to hire us as your attorneys. Litigation costs can include filing fees, court reporter fees for deposition, copying costs, experts, and travel. If you recover via trial or settlement, we are reimbursed our fronting of litigation costs out of any damages you are awarded. The actual percentage agreement between our firm and our clients may differ depending on each case. We invite you to contact us to discuss in more detail how we can help you, but please remember if there is no recovery, there is no fee.