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Pressure Sores on Shoulders Of Michigan Nursing Home Residents

The Buckfire & Buckfire P.C. Law Firm frequently fights against Michigan nursing homes that do not care properly for residents who develop pressure sores on their shoulders.  If you or a loved one are suffering from these conditions, it’s time to call upon our experienced Michigan nursing home lawyers who will stand up for you against this type of injustice and do everything on your behalf.

If you or a loved one are now a resident of a nursing home, you deserve to be treated with respect and dignity. You deserve proper health care. When people are victims of nursing home neglect, nursing home abuse or even wrongful death, it’s important to file a lawsuit against the nursing home. The victims or families need to be compensated for the needless pain and suffering. One of the reasons why lawsuits are brought against nursing homes is because the nursing home staff let a resident continually suffer from pressure sores on shoulders or shoulder ulcers while under their care.

While many residents are at risk for developing pressure sores on shoulders and shoulder ulcers or bed sores, these conditions are completely preventable with proper care, treatment, and monitoring. When these painful shoulder pressure sores do occur, the resident can file a lawsuit against a nursing home.

Why Do Pressure Sores On Shoulders Occur in Michigan Nursing Home Residents?

Pressure sores on shoulder or bedsores are caused by repeated pressure on the shoulders when the person is in a lying down position. For many Michigan nursing home residents who are immobile or need help moving to reposition their body, they are dependent on the care of staff in these homes to do this for them. Every nursing home and every hospital has very specific protocols that must be followed once pressure sore on shoulders or bedsores appear.

Bedsores and pressure sores are a serious matter. In the beginning, they may look like something that isn’t so bad, but when left unattended, they form ulcers that eat away at the surrounding skin, muscles, bone, tendons, and even joints. In the worst possible cases, entire joint may be destroyed, and the nursing home resident left disabled for life.

Pressure sores on shoulders commonly develop among those who are elderly, sick, or disabled. Pressure sores on shoulders may also occur on those who have spinal cord injuries or neurological disorders such as those recovering from a stroke. In fact, any patient who is bedridden is prone to develop shoulder ulcers as well as bedsores on the sacrum and on the tailbone.

When there’s pressure on the shoulder from lying on the side in the same position for hours, what happens is that the pressure on the shoulder starts cutting off the blood supply to the shoulder. A bed sore or pressure sores then form on the shoulder.

Contact Your Michigan Shoulder Pressure Sores Nursing Home Lawyer Today

Call the office today at (800) 606-1717 for a free consultation if you or a loved one developed pressures sores on the shoulder due to nursing home neglect. Our Buckfire & Buckfire P.C. expert nursing home will explain how the process of filing a lawsuit works and inform you of your legal rights about having shoulder ulcers at nursing homes. We’ll help you get justice for your loved one’s situation and help them regain the respect and dignity they deserve.

 

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