Choosing a nursing home for a loved one can be a challenging decision to make. Nobody ever enters a decision like this without carefully weighing out their options to determine which facility is best for their elderly or disabled family member. When you do finally decide on which nursing home is best, you select it based on an assortment of considerations and you place your trust in the care providers at the facility.
That’s why it’s always a horrifying and shocking discovery to learn that your loved one was a victim of abuse while under the care of a nursing home facility. The guilt that follows can be crushing, but please understand that it’s not your fault.
Recently, a family in Arizona had the same appalling and repulsive discovery of abuse. Hacienda Healthcare was responsible for taking care of a young woman, and they severely failed in doing so. An employee at the facility had raped this profoundly disabled woman and the atrocity was not discovered until she had given birth in December, 2018. The implications of this violation are disturbing; how many other victims were being held at this facility?
Nursing home abuse has many ugly faces and often boils down to an appallingly unkind and malignant person exploiting the vulnerability of a disabled individual or senior citizen. Signs of nursing home abuse may include:
– Cuts or bruises
– Blood on their clothes
– Dehydration or malnourishment
– Dirty clothes/soiled underwear
– Dirty living conditions
– Signs of sexual assault
– Theft of property/identity
Emotional abuse may be harder to detect. Your loved one may start to shrink away from affection, appear depressed, have sudden mood swings, or unexpectedly attack others.
If you suspect that a loved one is a victim of nursing home abuse, please call me right away at 1 (800) 556-4769 for your free initial consultation. As your nursing home abuse lawyer, I will aggressively fight for your rights to get you the justice you need after this heartbreaking personal violation. I take on Big Cases with Big Results without hesitation.
I have served the greater Northeast Ohio area for nearly 40 years and will fight to get you the financial compensation you deserve for the abuse your loved one has suffered. Furthermore, I’ll handle your case out of my own pocket. You won’t pay me a dime, as my fee comes from a percentage of your restitution.
I know this time is stressful for you, which is why I’ll come to you to discuss the case. You’ll also get my personal cell phone number, so please do not hesitate to reach out to me any hour of the day or night. I will always answer when you call.
If someone you care about has been harmed while in the care of a nursing home, you can count on me to get you the maximum amount of compensation for you and your loved one’s pain and suffering – and I’ll Make Them Pay!®
DISCLAIMER “Please understand the slogan, I’ll Make Them Pay!® is not a guarantee of payment. Both liability and real damages must be proven with a preponderance of the evidence.”