Reviewing the cases related to nursing home negligence or hospitals is a priority that needs proper monitoring and attention. It is also believed that inadequate nursing care results in medication errors and nursing home negligence attorneys can help in such cases to maximize recovery. Lawyers at Langsam Law investigate the entire scenario and hire qualified experts that can help with successfully resolving your nursing home negligence lawsuit. Each case is handled with utmost care and compassion, in order to reflect the probable result and also help nationwide nursing home corporations, which control the nursing home care facilities. Nursing homes often don't provide appropriate facilities that cater to patients' needs, which can result in negligence such as bed sores. A doctor can also be held liable in cases related to wrongful deaths. So if you’re looking for an experienced nursing home lawyer, Langsam Law is here to give you expert advice.
This burgeoning area of the law has become particularly relevant with the growth of nursing home facilities in response to our aging population. It involves a nursing home’s failure to provide an acceptable standard of care to its patients, resulting in injuries which may range from debilitating bed sores to amputation of limbs and even death. We are presently handling a case which involves a nursing home’s failure to properly diagnose the onset of gangrene in a diabetic 75 year old man, resulting in the amputation of both legs.
Senior Partner and veteran trial attorney Elise Langsam has been practicing law for 42 years, 39 of which have been dedicated to representing personal injury clients. Ms. Langsam is a member of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association, the American Trial Lawyers Association, the New York State Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. She is admitted to practice in New York State, the Southern District of New York and the Eastern District of New York. She received her J.D. degree in 1978 from SUNY at Buffalo Law School and was admitted to the Appellate Division First Department in 1979. She has volunteered her services to counsel civic organizations such as the Ecuadorian Civil Committee (she is bilingual in Spanish). Some of the cases she has handled have been the subject of articles in the New York Law Journal, the New York Times, and other legal publications, including Jury Verdict Reports. Ms. Langsam tries all the cases in the firm, and her experience, perseverance, and compassion that have been responsible for favorable results for thousands of clients have earned her recognition as a Super Lawyer each year from 2014 through 2020. Legal fees for personal injury and medical malpractice matters are contingent upon recovery, so that clients need not pay us until we successfully obtain compensation for their injuries.
With 41 years of legal experience, Richard Langsam brings to his representation of business clients a broad range of corporate expertise. He counsels small, medium and large businesses and start-ups, advising them with respect to entity selection, strategy and planning, operations, corporate governance, strategic alliances, intellectual property licensing, personnel matters and executive compensation agreements as well as ownership agreements of all varieties. Richard also represents clients in the merger and acquisition arena as well as recapitalizations and financings. Richard’s clientele include such diverse businesses as steel manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, general contractors, architects, engineers and advertising agencies and he has acted as virtual “in house” counsel to Dutch, British, Italian, French, German and Swedish businesses with respect to their wholly owned United States subsidiaries.