Nursing home resident suffers head injuries when thrown to floor from wheelchair

Delaney, Blake J.
October 2007
Healthcare Risk Management;Oct2007 Supplement, p1
The article presents a case in which a nursing home resident employee was sued for negligence while pulling a patient's wheelchair, who subsequently, suffered head injuries after being thrown from the wheelchair. INSET: Florida lists rights for nursing home patients.


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