Has a loved one suffered from nursing home abuse or negligence? Call our law firm today at 1-833-720-6090.
If your parent is suffering due to negligent nursing home care, our Dallas attorneys can help you seek the justice they deserve. Call us today at 1-833-720-6090 for a free consultation.
Our elders deserve to be treated with the utmost care and respect, especially those who find themselves in need of professional medical care and assistance. We trust nursing home employees to hold themselves to this regard, and when someone violates this trust and responsibility, they should be held accountable for their actions or negligence.
Nursing home companies frequently try and sweep reports of abuse and neglect under the rug, and will do everything in their power to protect the facility from liability. Do not expect them to be proactive in helping protect your loved one if they have been injured or are in danger.
You need someone on your side who will get results. You need someone who will force them to address their negligence and do right for you and your family. The Dallas nursing home negligence attorneys at Montgomery Law are here to help. We do not charge a penny to discuss your case and answer your questions, and are available 24/7 at (833) 720-6090 or by email.
If we can help you with your case, we’ll do so on a no-win no-fee basis. Under no circumstances will you ever pay us a dime in fees unless we win you compensation.
Injuries Caused by Nursing Home Negligence
Neglect, negligence, and abuse come in many forms, and in varying degrees of severity. If your loved one has experienced any of the scenarios listed below, we may be able to help you.
Physical or Sexual Abuse
Bedsores and Pressure Ulcers
Under-Medicated / Over-Medicated
Fall Injuries Due to Failure to Restrain
Neglect or Lack of Care
Help Stop Nursing Home Negligence
If abuse and negligence is not mitigated at an early stage, the problem can perpetuate and become systematic within a nursing home. For this reason, it’s vital that you act on any suspicions of abuse or negligence by immediately reporting them to the nursing home director, state licensing agencies, and law enforcement if necessary. It’s not your responsibility to prove your claims; just that you report them via the proper channels.
Nurses and caregivers owe their patents a duty of care. Failing in this duty can have dire consequences to the victim, and can open the nursing home facility up to damages. Not only does your loved one deserve the best medical care, they deserve to be compensated for their medical expenses, pain and suffering, and potentially, alternative living arrangements.
The Dallas attorneys at Montgomery Law are here to help you through this unfortunate process, and rest assured that we will always have you and your loved one’s interests at heart. Call us today to learn how we can help you.