• Nursing home chain's tangled corporate structure and bankruptcy threats stymied litigation

    13 days ago - By STAT

    After a hospital stay in 2016 for a brain tumor, Regina Romero was transferred to a nursing home in New Mexico. Her “medications were withheld” and she was neglected and “subjected to an assault,” her family alleges in a wrongful death lawsuit filed in 2017 against the facility, Paloma Blanca Health and Rehabilitation.
    Romero died less than four months after arriving at the home; she was only 59 years old, states the complaint, which doesn't detail the allegations.
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