Nursing Home Abuse Lawsuits

The warning signs are clear, and now you suspect that your family member or other nursing home resident may be at risk of nursing home abuse. It’s time to protect your elder and find a safe and comfortable long-term care facility or rehabilitation center.

Get a free consultation today to see if a personal injury lawyer may be able to help you pursue nursing home litigation to cover medical bills and the cost of future medical care for your loved one.

Filing a Nursing Home Abuse Lawsuit

Here are the next steps for protecting your loved one from nursing home neglect or abuse:

  • Report the abuse. You do not need definitive proof that abuse is happening to report it. But reporting suspected abuse may have a positive effect by removing the abuser and preventing them from hurting others.
  • Get a free case evaluation with a nursing home abuse law firm to see if you can take legal action. A medical malpractice or negligence claim can help hold medical professionals and nursing home staff members accountable for their medical mistakes and wrongdoings.
  • Discuss other care options with your family. Sometimes a nursing home facility is the best care option for your loved one, but you do have other choices.
  • Become empowered by learning what to look for when choosing the next nursing home or assisted living facility.

Have you or a loved one suffered from nursing home negligence or abuse? A nursing home abuse lawyer may be able to help.

At Sokolove Law, we have more than 40 years of experience helping people get access to justice — regardless of income or race. Our lawyers can help you recognize the warning signs of elder abuse and neglect, as well as get the justice and compensation that your loved one deserves through a nursing home lawsuit.

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Last modified: April 13, 2021