NY Nursing Home Injury Center

Our Promise to You as We Navigate the Coronavirus Pandemic Together

At Friedlander & Mosher we believe that the health and safety of you and your loved ones is of the highest priority, especially during this unprecedented time of the Coronavirus. As we navigate through this pandemic, we understand that accidents, injuries, acts of nursing home negligence, and even the wrongful death of a loved one read more...

Don’t Burden Your Loved Ones – How to Fully Prepare for the Retirement Years

Life planning requires more than just an estate plan. Learn what you should do now to avoid burdening your loved ones with difficult decisions and tasks. read more...

Difficulty in Staffing is Not an Excuse for Injury, Abuse, or Neglect

In most instances, the staff quality of a nursing home will be the single most important factor in determining whether a loved one is at risk of injury. With the current low employment, many nursing homes and care facilities are finding that it is increasingly difficult to find competent employees (at least at the wages read more...

Secret List of Troubled New York Nursing Homes Disclosed by US Senate – Is Your Loved One’s Home on the List?

Is your loved one’s home on the list? See the complete list of troubled New York Nursing Homes. read more...

Nursing Home Sued for Taunting 91-Year-Old Dementia Patient on Snapchat

Learn how a family is seeking justice for a humiliating video allegedly posted on Snapchat, and what you can do if a loved one is being exploited on social media while in a nursing home. read more...

NEWS – Firm Name Changed to Friedlander & Mosher, P.C.

The firm is pleased to announce that the name of the firm is changed to add Holly Mosher in recognition of her substantial contributions to the firm. The name of the firm shall be Friedlander & Mosher PC. “The firm’s name change recognizes Holly’s significant contributions to the firm and the outstanding results she has read more...

Resident on Resident Nursing Home Assault

Nursing homes and assisted living centers have a legal duty to keep residents safe, and to maintain their dignity.  Unfortunately, nursing homes  often fail to fulfill these duties, which can result in injury or even death to residents. One tragic circumstance of nursing homes failing to protect residents occurs when nursing homes fail to keep read more...

How Can Nursing Home Abuse be Prevented?

Nursing home abuse is not an accident. It is the result of understaffing, putting profits over resident care, a lack of training, and a lack of proper systems. read more...

Getting Evicted from a Nursing Home – What Can Be Done?

Is a loved one facing a potential eviction from a nursing home?  If so, it’s important to understand your loved one’s rights and whether the nursing home can legally evict your loved one. As described below, if it’s not in the best interest of your loved one to be discharged, you (on behalf of your read more...

Congress Wants to Severely Limit Your Right to Compensation for Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse – Why You Must Act Today

I’m writing today to let you know about important legislation being considered by Congress – legislation that would severely limit the damages available if you or your family members are injured or killed as the result of a nursing home neglect or a medical mistake. This legislation – deceptively known as the “Protecting Access to read more...