Nursing Home Negligence & Abuse

The sad truth about nursing homes is that they often fail to provide the very thing that families expect. Nursing homes are supposed to provide the specialized care that families cannot. In fact, nursing homes often promise to provide the specialized care a love one requires. Unfortunately, the promise of proper care often turns into neglect for many nursing home residents. This is inexcusable and the nursing home should not go unpunished.

Neglect in a nursing home is defined as any failure by staff to meet the essential needs of a resident. Failure to possess the proper facilities or enough staff to care for a resident does not excuse it. In fact, neglect can be both intentional and unintentional. Intentional neglect occurs when staff purposefully fails to fulfill a resident’s needs. Unintentional neglect occurs when staff forget or fail to recognize the essential needs of a resident. Neither type of is ever excusable.

If your loved one has been injured in a nursing home due to an infection, we encourage you to contact our nursing home negligence and abuse law firm.

Nursing home abuse and negligence claims involve many complex legal and medical issues. Having the right attorney is essential to recovering what you deserve. Our Midwest nursing home abuse law firm will do everything possible to assist you in obtaining the maximum compensation you deserve. More importantly, our firm will serve as an ally that will give you and your family the respect and compassion it needs. Contact us to protect your family today.

Broken Bones/Fractures
Clostridium Difficile Injuries
COVID-19 Infections
Diabetes Injuries
Errors in Medication
Falls in Nursing Homes
Feeding Tube Complications
Fraud Claims
Physical Abuse
Pressure Ulcers and Bed Sores
Scalding and Burns
Sexual Abuse
Transportation Accidents
Urinary Tract Infection
Wandering / Elopement
Wrongful Death

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