Wandering Off Hudson & Castle

Without proper supervision or safeguards, nursing home residents can become confused, wander away from the facility, and get hurt. Nursing home operators have reason to expect this may occur as many patients or residents suffer from Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. If your loved one has been hurt after walking away from such a facility, you deserve an experienced attorney to help protect his or her rights.

Hudson & Castle handles all matters related to claims for injuries sustained when a person wanders off from a nursing home because of negligence in supervision or monitoring. We protect the rights of individuals suffering from dementia or other similar medical conditions, including medication-induced disorientation, and have successfully handled claims involving injury resulting from:

  • Failure to monitor patients/residents
  • Failure to provide sufficient staffing or training
  • Lack of safeguards, including safe exits and entrances
  • Failure to maintain equipment, such as keeping fresh batteries in monitor or other devices

Well-known and respected by their colleagues in the legal profession, attorneys Bruce Hudson and Josh Inkell will work to achieve justice for you and your family.

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If someone you care about has been injured after wandering off because of the negligence of a nursing home, Hudson & Castle can help you get the maximum compensation. We approach each case ethically, honorably, and skillfully, beginning with a free consultation, continuing with the convenience of flexible appointments, and finally, charge you nothing unless we win or settle. We also handle cases on behalf of our clients who are Delaware residents but have been involved in a wandering off incident in nearby Pennsylvania. Please call Hudson & Castle at 302-428-8800 (Monday-Friday, 8.30am – 5pm, ET), or contact us, and we will soon be in touch with you.