Who to Depose in a Nursing Home Negligence Case

Depositions are a crucial aspect of a nursing home negligence claim. Depositions provide an opportunity to test and probe the nursing home’s sworn explanation of the circumstances leading to the injury. Depositions also lock staff and administrators into a position on a topic, thus providing impeachment material if the witness seeks to change his or her testimony at trial. Put …

Pre-Suit Discovery in Nursing Home Litigation

In nursing home litigation, it is essential to gather as much information as possible from the facility. This means demanding every document and record that the home is willing to provide before filing a lawsuit. Nursing homes are required by law to maintain many records that can provide insight into the case. While they may be slow to produce these …

Ownership of Nursing Home Facilities and Who to Sue

It is important to know who owns a nursing home before filing a lawsuit against the facility. This information has many practical applications. First, it may provide insight into which parties should be named in the lawsuit. Second, it may also establish how much a plaintiff can recover in litigation. In either case, it is important to ascertain the ownership …