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Champaign Clogged Breathing Tubes Attorneys

While nursing home communities provide critical services to the community of Champaign, intermittent incidents of negligence and abuse are serious cause for concern. Some Champaign nursing home residents – particularly those who rely upon breathing tubes to provide their bodies with oxygen – are more at risk than others. As the Champaign clogged breathing tube attorneys at Spiros Law, P.C. know, any disruption to the critical services these residents rely upon can be potentially devastating.

If your loved one has been injured as the result of a clogged breathing tube in a Champaign nursing home, our legal team can help develop a legal strategy intended to help you hold the nursing home and its staff responsible for their negligence or abuse.

Preventing Clogged Breathing Tubes in Champaign Nursing Homes

Champaign nursing homes hold a responsibility to ensure that their staff members are trained to detect and maintain any equipment – especially any respiratory equipment – that their residents utilize. More specifically, Champaign nursing home staff members must be capable, under Illinois law, to dutifully provide the following services:

  • Monitor breathing tubes and detect blockages
  • Clear breathing tubes of any blockages
  • Monitor the breathing patterns of affected residents
  • Ensure the tubes are functioning correctly

Our Champaign legal team will do everything they can to help you hold any Champaign nursing home responsible for their lack of care.

Consult with a Champaign Clogged Breathing Tubes Attorney

At Spiros Law, P.C., our Champaign clogged breathing tube attorneys understand just how crushing these situations can be for both victims and their families; we will do everything we can to help you hold the party responsible for the incident accountable for their actions. To discuss the particulars of your situation with one of our Champaign nursing home abuse attorneys, please call our Champaign offices at (217) 328-2828 today.