Nursing Home Abuse Neglect Injuries
Nursing Home Neglect Injuries | Bedsores, Dehydration, Malnutrition, Unexplained death, Serious injuries, Serious fall injuries , physical abuse, sexual abuse
When you move a parent or other family member into a nursing home, you are placing your trust in that facility. You count on the professional staff to provide the same loving attention you would provide in your home if you could. While many nursing homes in do provide quality care, there are shocking exceptions.
Southern Institute for Medical and Legal Affairs handles serious nursing home injury cases. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.
Signs of Neglect
- Bedsores caused by a failure of staff members to move immobile residents
- Dehydration or malnutrition
- Unexplained death
- Serious injuries suffered in a fall or other accident
- Signs of physical or sexual abuse
- Injuries caused by a resident wandering away from the nursing home
Holding Nursing Homes Responsible
Most injuries are caused by lack of supervision and care. Nursing homes are under pressure to save money, and many do so by hiring unqualified staff or by deliberately under-staffing. By having a practicing physician investigate nursing home records and interviewing staff members, Dr. Blaudeau can find out if your loved one’s injury was caused by negligence on the part of the institution and pursue appropriate compensation.
Free Legal Consultations by Southern Med Law For Those Who Suffered Nursing Home Neglect
Southern Med Law is committed to protecting the rights of all individuals who suffered nursing home neglect injuries, or injured in automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, commercial truck accidents, medical malpractice, wrongful death and other personal injury cases do to the negligence of someone else. If you’ve who suffered nursing home neglect injuries, Southern Med Law has successfully taken on various personal injury claims on behalf of their clients. Southern Med Law now offers free legal consultations to those who suffered nursing home neglect injuries. Call 1-205-547-5525 or fill out our online form located on the www.southernmedlaw.com website.