COVID-19 Nursing Home Lawsuit

Were you or a loved one a resident of the Life Care Center of Farmington?

Were you or a loved one infected with COVID-19 while staying at LCCF?

69+ Tested Positive, 26+ Deaths

As of April 30, 2020, 69 patients at the Life Care Center of Farmington had tested positive for COVID-19 and 26 patients had died, according to the New Mexico Department of Health.

While numerous senior care facilities across the state have had patients and staff with Coronavirus, this senior care facility stands out.

Nursing Homes and Coronavirus

We trust nursing homes to keep our loved ones safe. However, if a facility is ill-prepared to stop the spread of the Coronavirus or other infectious diseases, the disease can spread quickly through the facility. If a facility’s negligence, including sufficient infection control measures or failure to comply with State or Federal regulations, resulted in the spread of the Coronavirus, loved ones and residents may have legal recourse.

Older patients in nursing homes are one of the most vulnerable populations in our society. FCHC alleges that the Life Care Center of Farmington failed to provide a safe environment, failed to hire sufficient staff and failed to enact proper policies and procedures for preventing the spread of Covid-19.

COVID-19 Nursing Home Lawsuits Throughout the Country

The expansive outbreak of COVID-19 in nursing homes and facilities throughout the country has led to a significant number of lawsuits being filed by residents and loved ones who aim to seek justice.

Standing by You: Making the Responsible Pay

FCHC has been standing up for the rights of personal injury and wrongful death victims since 1984. Contact us today for a consultation and case review if your loved one is a resident in Life Care Center in Farmington and was impacted by COVID-19.

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