Can I sue a nursing home for improper use of defibrillator?

You can sue a nursing home for improper use of a defibrillator if the improper use was negligent and caused injury. To prove a case like this an expert must state within a reasonable degree of medical certainty that the improper use resulted in injury. The damages include past/present/future emotional and physical pain and suffering, medical expenses, and possibly punitive damages. Improper use of a defibrillator can cause serious injury so contact a personal injury lawyer right away after the injury.

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