Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys

Fighting for the Justice You & Your Family Deserve

Choosing the right nursing home for an elderly parent or loved one is an important but often overwhelming task. Any instance of nursing home neglect is one instance too many, but abuse does still happen in very places that are supposed to provide proper care for elderly adults. If you suspect that your loved one is the victim of abuse or neglect at a nursing home or assisted living facility, it’s important that you get in contact with an experienced nursing home abuse attorney as soon as possible. The team at Hare Wynn has years of combined experience in this area of law. We know what to look for when building a case on your behalf and can use our extensive resources, knowledge, and skills to fight for the rights of your loved one and your family.

Contact our firm at (855) 997-9319 for dedicated guidance and experienced representation from our nursing home abuse attorneys. We offer free consultations.

Common Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

Often, when neglect or abuse occurs in an adult care facility, the affected individuals are unable or unwilling to speak out. It is important to know the signs of potential nursing home abuse so you can safeguard the health, safety, and happiness of your loved one. If you notice any signs of abuse, neglect, or mistreatment, contact an attorney as soon as possible.

Some common signs of nursing home neglect and abuse include:

  • Bedsores or decubitus ulcers
  • Sudden changes in mood or behavior
  • Symptoms of malnutrition or dehydration
  • Under- or over-medicating
  • Sepsis or infections
  • Failure to provide requested medical care
  • Wandering or elopement
  • Unexplained bruises or other injuries
  • Sudden, unexplained death

At Hare Wynn, we proudly represent both residents and their families who have suffered as a result of nursing home negligence or abuse. We believe that those facilities that claim to provide honest care but fail to do so should be held accountable. We make it our mission to fight for the rights of those who cannot fight for themselves.

How to Select the Right Nursing Home for Your Loved One

One of the best ways to protect your loved one from the threat of nursing home abuse is to select a facility that is known for providing reliable, honest care for its residents. It can feel overwhelming with so much on the line, but there are a few key factors to look for when choosing a nursing home for your elderly parent or family member.

When selecting a nursing home, it is wise to:

  • Ask whether or not the nursing home has insurance
  • Keep an eye out for arbitration clauses that limit the facility’s liability
  • Check the nursing home’s star review rating and patient reviews
  • Meet the nurses, assistants, and staff and tour the premises in person
  • Observe the interactions between staff members and residents
  • Check the cleanliness and sanitization levels of the property
  • Check the ratio of staff to residents and general condition of the facility

Despite best efforts, nursing home abuse still does occur. This may take the form of physical, mental, emotional, or sexual abuse—and the results can be devastating. If you or a loved one has suffered abuse at the hands of a nursing home facility or staff member, reach out to one of our nursing home abuse attorneys right away. Our team can help you fight for the justice and compensation you deserve.

Call us at (855) 997-9319 to schedule a free initial case evaluation with our team.

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