Lack of staffing, training to blame in lawsuit filed in pressure ulcer nursing home death case in West Virginia

A Marshall County woman filed a lawsuit on behalf of her deceased mother against Cameron Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in West Virginia. The suit alleges that the home failed to provide the proper care to prevent, assess, treat and manage pain when her mother developed pressure sores. The facilities were unequipped to deal with her mother’s condition and failed to provide adequate staffing.

The lawsuit requests compensatory and punitive damages for pain and suffering of the nursing home neglect victim and sorrow and mental anguish for her family members.

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