Trade publications and online news sites also utilize Murphy’s Philadelphia nursing home abuse and neglect press releases.
WZVN-TV ABC-7 is one of several national television stations to feature Brian P. Murphy’s press release concerning elder dehydration as a cause of wrongful death.
Two press releases concerning Philadelphia Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Attorney Brian P. Murphy and his recent success in two nursing home wrongful death cases have been picked up by a range of news sources, including certain of the nation’s major national television stations.
Affiliate television stations of ABC, NBC, and CBS across America have shared press releases pertaining to Mr. Murphy’s involvement in two nursing home neglect cases concerning the wrongful death of one Pennsylvania and one New Jersey nursing home resident. These TV stations feature a combined potential audience of about 6.5 million viewers. In addition to the broadcast media pickup of the press releases, certain U.S. and global newspapers, trade publications, online news sites, and other influencers have picked up the press releases, additionally exposing Mr. Murphy’s nursing home and neglect information to a combined potential audience of about 18.5 million viewers. The industries served by these news sources include media and information, health, finance, retail and consumer, and business services.
The press releases by Mr. Murphy, released in October, shared two prominent abuse and neglect incidents that frequently occur in nursing homes and elder care facilities. One press release, stemming from Mr. Murphy’s involvement in a wrongful death case in which a New Jersey nursing home resident died as the result of a pressure ulcer, concerned the dangers of bed sores. Bed sores, also known as pressure wounds, result when residents are left unattended in beds or wheelchairs without being moved for prolonged periods of time. Mr. Murphy’s other press release, which shares his involvement in a Pennsylvania wrongful death case concerning a nursing home resident who perished of dehydration, related how neglecting to sufficiently hydrate fragile elderly nursing home residents can lead to death.
Litigating Bed Sore and Dehydration Wrongful Death Cases in PA/NJ
As a Philadelphia nursing home neglect and abuse lawyer, Brian Murphy handles wrongful death cases for elders in the states of PA & NJ, including those resulting from dehydration and bedsores. Mr. Murphy is renowned in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and in the Philadelphia area for his litigation of cases concerning hospital/care facility/nursing home abuse. In addition to pressure ulcers and dehydration, Mr. Murphy also handles cases pertaining to:
- Elder Abuse
- Nursing Home Falls/Fractures/Injuries
- Poor Hygiene and Infections
- Medication Errors
- False Charting
- And other causes of Neglect and/or Abuse
Nursing Home Abuse Attorney Brian P. Murphy offers free consultations to those who suspect their loved one might be the victim of abuse or neglect. He handles all cases on a contingency-free basis, meaning no fees are charged until your case is settled. If you have any questions or concerns regarding bed sores, dehydration, or other possible signs of elder abuse or neglect, please contact PA/NJ nursing home neglect and abuse attorney Brian Murphy today.