February 6th, 2017|
Placing your aging loved one into a nursing home and assisted living facility isn’t how you envisioned the final chapter of their lives beginning. If it were possible to take care of them 24/7 on your own, you would probably like to do so. However, that’s not always the reality.
The next best thing is a finding a nursing home that will care for your loved one as you would, while upholding their dignity in the process. You did all the research, visited all the different facilities your loved one could afford, and selected the one you felt was a good match. Unfortunately, looks can be deceiving from the outside.
Every year, thousands of nursing home abuse claims are filed across the United States on behalf of victims. However, for every victim who receives justice, there are many who suffer in silence. Whether it’s due to intimidation from nursing home staff or an inability to recognize the harm that is being done to them, they tell no one what they’re going through.
That’s why it’s vitally important that you do not ignore any indicators that your loved one is being abused or neglected, such as:
- bed sores,
- broken bones,
- poor nutrition,
- unexplained injuries,
- and weight changes.
If you suspect your aging loved one has been the victim of nursing home abuse or neglect, call our experienced nursing home abuse attorneys today for a free consultation. We’ll protect your loved one’s rights as we fight to get them the compensation they deserve. Don’t wait to get them the legal help they need. Call us today.