We hold New Jersey Nursing Homes and Elder Care Corporations accountable for your injuries

Sugarman Law is committed to making a difference in our clients’ lives by holding nursing homes and all elder care corporations accountable for their catastrophic injuries or wrongful death.

We hold corporations accountable for your injuries

From thorough case investigation through trial, we attend to every detail and meticulously prepare each case. Our work ethic, along with courtroom experience and negotiating expertise, is brought to every case to obtain the best possible results. Standing up for his clients in court, Attorney Barry Sugarman has recovered millions of dollars for his New Jersey clients.

Our Nursing Home Abuse law firm proudly represents our state’s elderly, children, adults, and their family members injured by:

Sugarman Law stands up for you against the Elder Care Corporations who put profits over people. Sugarman Law stands with you.

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If you or a family member has been injured or lost their lives through someone’s negligence or a corporation’s dangerous or defective products, please fill out the contact form or call Sugarman Law at 732-877-1975. We are ready to listen to you and speak with you about your legal rights today.

Sugarman Law – Helping Everyday People, Every Day.

Winning Results

  • $1,400,000

    against a nursing home for the choking death of a resident

  • $1,000,000

    against an assisted living facility for injury and wrongful death of a resident

  • $930,000

    against a Middlesex County nursing home for a resident’s pressure ulcers and wrongful death

  • $3,000,000

    settlement for workers with mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis caused by asbestos in the workplace

Nursing Home Abuse Blog

  • On January 18th Barry Sugarman presented at a New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE) seminar: “Litigating Nursing Home and Assisted Living Cases: The Basics and Beyond” at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick. Mr. Sugarman offered his experience and insights into how to hold nursing homes [..]

  • Nursing homes in New Jersey are increasingly facing the widespread problem of understaffing. Simply put, this means the nursing home does not have enough nurses and aides on each shift to provide for each resident’s care needs.  This serious problem has a direct result on the level of care each [..]

  • Deputies with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office confirmed during a press release on November 1st that they have formerly charged a former nursing home employee with financially abusing a 94-year-old victim who was fleeing Hurricane Michael. Nursing Home Worker Accused of Financially Abusing Hurricane Michael Victim According to police reports, [..]