Defending Adult Care Facilities
Adult care facilities, or ACFs, are closely monitored by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). While providing care for those individuals who need help with daily tasks due to cognitive or physical disabilities is the primary goal of an ACF, these facilities are all too often accused of negligence. Usually these lawsuits come from individuals who are related to someone in the care of an ACF. These plaintiffs usually have very little medical knowledge and their claims can be baseless.
Even if a claim is baseless, our attorneys at O'Connor First fully understand the negative impact it can have on your operations. Call our Albany lawyers at 877-886-4029 to learn more about your defense options today. You can also schedule a consultation by contacting us online.
Fighting All Accusations Against Adult Care Facilities In New York
No matter your situation, our lawyers have the experience to guide you to a resolution. We have a respected reputation for success in defending against all types of abuse claims, including:
- Medication errors
- Improper supervision and more
Our team can also assist your adult care facility if a patient has passed away in your care and you are now being accused of wrongful death. These situations are extremely sensitive and require the trained eye of a sophisticated lawyer immediately.
Providing Litigation Defense For All Types Of Adult Care Facilities
We are very familiar with the laws surrounding any type of ACF, including:
- Residences for adults that provide services for those individuals suffering from mental disease
- Enriched housing services that provide long-term care treatment for a smaller number of individuals
Adult homes that provide full care and supervision for many adults
Contact Our Attorneys For Knowledgeable Adult Care Facility Defense
For answers to adult care facility defense questions, please contact Terence P. O’Connor or Dennis A. First by telephone at 877-886-4029 to speak with an experienced upstate New York negligence defense lawyer.