Morrow Ga Nursing Home Neglect/Abuse Attorney

Morrow Ga Nursing Home Neglect/Abuse Attorney

When your aging loved one becomes a resident of a nursing home, you look to that healthcare facility to provide him or her with the care necessary to continue enjoying life to the fullest. If your loved one has been harmed by nursing home neglect or abuse, the matter is so dire that it can be difficult to address head-on. An experienced Morrow nursing home neglect/abuse attorney can help you find the strength to fight for your loved one’s rights and rightful compensation.

Nursing Home Neglect

Nursing home neglect applies in those situations in which the nursing home fails to provide your loved one with the appropriate level of care. Common examples include:

  • Medication mix-ups
  • Lack of adequate nutrition, hydration, or both
  • Inadequate opportunities for socialization
  • Inadequate assistance with mobility
  • Inadequate assistance with frequent movement (to ward off bedsores)
  • Inadequate assistance with personal hygiene
  • Less than hygienic living quarters
  • Tripping hazards

Nursing home negligence can lead to serious injuries and substandard living conditions that should never be tolerated.

Nursing Home Abuse

As dangerous and reprehensible as nursing home neglect is, nursing home abuse takes matters a step further by including intention. If your loved one is harmed by nursing home abuse, it means that whoever perpetrated the abuse did so on purpose, which makes the situation that much more tragic.

Don’t Put Off Consulting with an Experienced Morrow Nursing Home Neglect/Abuse Attorney

The dedicated Morrow nursing home neglect/abuse attorneys at the law offices of Ben F. Windham, PC, in Clayton County understand how challenging your situation is and are committed to employing the full force of their extensive experience in pursuit of your loved one’s favorable claim resolution. Learn more by contacting or calling us at 833.236.9467 and scheduling your free consultation today.

 

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