Residents of nursing homes are often vulnerable and isolated. Many are in an incapacitated state and are unable to speak up against injustices. Sadly, these are the ones who may suffer from neglect or even outright abuse. You may notice odd injuries on your grandmother or your parent but the explanations from staff members seem plausible. How can you know if these are identifying signs of nursing home abuse and neglect?
While some common nursing home injuries are obvious to the casual observer, other signs of nursing home abuse and neglect may be more difficult to identify. Nursing home mistreatment comes in many forms and can span several abuse and neglect types. However, most cases fall into one of the following four categories:
Often you may have to rely on a gut feeling that tells you something isn’t right. Don’t be afraid to confront staff with questions involving your loved one’s care. If you suspect that you are not getting the truth, our nursing home abuse attorneys here at Strom & Associates can look deeper into your concerns and then provide you with legal options.
Here at Strom & Associates, our attorneys speak up for victims who can’t. We will file a nursing home liability claim that holds the nursing home financially responsible for the abuse or neglect your loved one has experienced and protect his or her rights to appropriate compensation and treatment. Contact us today at (312) 609-0400 to set up a free consultation.
If you, or a loved one, have been injured at work or in an accident, contact our office today at (312) 609-0400 to schedule a free consultation.
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