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Don’t Allow Someone To Get Away With Taking Advantage Of The Elderly’s Vulnerability
When our loved ones are unable to care for themselves, we place our trust in professional staff at a nursing home, assisted living or memory care facility.
Although long-term care facilities must abide by the rules and regulations that govern them, sadly, residents suffer abuse and neglect due to a wide variety of reasons.
Experienced Attorneys Equipped To Handle Serious Nursing Home Negligence Cases
If you suspect abuse or neglect, you have legal options.
You can pursue a case against the at-fault party to obtain damages that have stemmed from the injury. However, nursing home abuse and neglect cases are complex. Hiring a law firm with extensive experience handling these types of cases is vital to ensuring a positive outcome.
At Grossman Green PLLC, we can help. We are a team of trial attorneys who have practiced personal injury law for decades. We’ve recovered significant settlements in a variety of instances. Our lawyers have also tried cases in courts throughout Kentucky and Indiana — and won.
What Should I Do When I Suspect My Loved One Is Abused Or Neglected?
There are telltale signs that often expose abuse or neglect to a nursing home resident. Common evidence of physical abuse include:
- Unexplained injuries such as broken bones and sprains
- Signs of restraint on the wrists and ankles
- Bruising or scars
- Staff refusal for alone time with your loved one
Common evidence of neglect includes:
- Unsafe or unkempt living conditions
- Lack of hygienic care
- Weight loss or dehydration
If you suspect any of the above, reach out to us for further guidance.
Schedule An Appointment To Discuss Your Case In Greater Detail
A litigation attorney can discuss your case in greater detail and options to pursue. Rely on our years of extensive litigation to help you recover the compensation your family needs.