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Should I get an autopsy for a suspicious death in a nursing home?

Yes, often times, nursing homes try to “cover up” the real truth behind the cause of death of a resident. However, by hiring your own county medical examiner they will be able to identify evidence of trauma and findings of a brain bleed consistent with a fall.  This evidence can later be used in a nursing home neglect lawsuit to seek damages under the Michigan Wrongful Death Statute.

For more information on whether or not you should get an autopsy for the suspicious death in nursing home of your loved one, call our top rated nursing home neglect attorneys at (800) 606-1717. We will discuss your case with you and determine whether or not requesting an autopsy is necessary.  Call today for your free consultation.

Lawrence J. Buckfire
Best Michigan personal injury lawyer winning highest settlements for injury, malpractice, & accident victims.