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Nursing Home and Assisted Living Injuries

Nursing Home Injuries and Residential Care Abuse

Nursing Home Lawsuits and Assisted Living Lawsuits: If you have a loved one who is being cared for in a nursing home or residential care facility and question the level of care being provided, contact Peiffer Wolf Carr Kane & Conway for a FREE Consultation. We will FIGHT for your loved one’s rights.

Nursing Home and Assisted Living Lawsuits

If you have a loved one who is being cared for in a nursing home or residential care facility and question some of the policies, procedures, or level of care being provided, reach out to Peiffer Wolf today. Sadly, nursing home abuse is a rapidly growing problem and experience for families trying to take care of their elderly loved ones. Facilities and institutions taking on the care of others operate with a variety or rules and regulations to ensure the safety and well-being of the residents. If you think something is wrong or if a loved one has been injured, contact us for a FREE Consultation. We can hear your story, discuss your loved one’s rights, and look into the level of care being received.

Long term care facilities, elder care facilities, and nursing homes are often wonderful and caring places to place aging parents and grandparents who require constant care. In most facilities, our loved ones are surrounded by nurses, doctors, and other staff members who are trained to care for them and meet their daily living needs.

Unfortunately, some facilities engage in conduct that can only be described as abuse and neglect. Each and every year, many of our most vulnerable senior citizens are abused, neglected, and injured in long-term care facilities, nursing homes, or other elder care facilities. Many of these vulnerable adults cannot take care of themselves, cannot verbalize their needs, and some cannot even feed themselves; they depend on others to take care of them.

In some facilities, residents are left alone or ignored by those charged to care for them or even abused by staff members. If you suspect that you or someone you love may be a victim of nursing home abuse or neglect, please contact Peiffer Wolf to review your case.

Common signs of nursing home abuse and neglect:

  • Unexplained Injuries or Bruises
  • Over or Under Medication
  • Visible Cuts, Bruises, or Skin Tears
  • Rapid Weight Loss or Weight Gain
  • Dehydration, Malnutrition, and Bedsores
  • Unsanitary Living Conditions
  • Infections
  • Pressure Sores or Ulcers
  • Broken Bones
  • Bed sores or pressure wounds
  • Sudden and Unexplained Death

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Peiffer Wolf  handles Nursing Home and Residential Care Abuse and Neglect cases throughout the country. You deserve to have an attorney that understands the process, the litigation, and the seriousness of these issues affecting your life. If you believe that you or your family have a Nursing Home Neglect or Nursing Home Abuse claim, please contact Peiffer Wolf  today for a FREE Consultation.

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