Nursing Home Patient Found In Freezer

KTLA in California reports that a nursing home patient was found inside a freezer at Silverado Senior Living Facility in Calabasas.  On October 28, Mollye Fisher, 94, went missing. She was eventually found inside a walk-in freezer and staff is not sure how she got inside nor how long she was there.  The freezer was set at 5 degrees. Fisher, who suffers from dementia, was treated at a local hospital and later released back to the nursing home.  The investigation into the matter has been turned over to the State Department of Social Services. Meanwhile, management of the nursing home discovered that the kitchen door locks were not working, so they were going to be replaced.  This facility has been in the headlines before. Cesar Ulloa, a former caregiver for Silverado Senior Living Facility, was sentenced to life in prison after he tortured and abused a nursing home patient.  If your loved one has suffered nursing home abuse or neglect, you should take steps now to protect their legal rights. You may be entitled to receive compensation for injuries that your loved one has sustained.  Contact a New York nursing home abuse lawyer today to discuss your case and determine whether you should file a nursing home abuse claim. 

Contacting a New York Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

When you or a loved one has sustained a serious injury because of nursing home abuse you are entitled to seek compensation for your damages and suffering. Consulting with a New York nursing home abuse lawyer can help you better understand your rights, determine liability for your injuries and decide if filing a nursing home abuse claim is right for you.  At Gacovino Lake & Associates we have formed a dedicated network of personal injury lawyers that serve clients nationwide. Our New York office serves residents of the 5 boroughs with their auto accident, medical malpractice, defective drug, premises liability and Workers’ Compensation claims. For experienced help with your nursing home abuse claim, contact us today – 1-800-246-4878.

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