Elder Abuse & Neglect in Assisted Living Facilities
When a family member or loved one moves into a nursing home, they have a right to be treated with respect, dignity, and compassion. While many nursing homes meet expectations, the sad reality is that many nursing home patients are subject to negligent treatment, neglect, or abuse.
Some of the injuries that nursing home patients suffer as a result of negligent care include:
If your loved one has been injured as a result of nursing home neglect or abuse, contact our experienced personal injury attorneys.
Signs of Neglect and Abuse
Nursing homes are not likely to admit neglect and abuse. In fact, they have many ways to hide their own negligence. They may blame their negligence on a patient’s age or medical condition.
Here are a few signs of nursing home negligence:
Nursing home negligence is difficult to prove. If you believe your loved one has been the victim of negligent care, you will need an experienced attorney who is willing to fight for you.
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