Signs of Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect

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Do You Suspect Nursing Home Abuse? Learn More About Common Signs.

It is distressing to discover that your beloved mother, father, wife, husband or other family member is suffering from neglect or abuse in a nursing home.

The following signs may have led you to seek out an attorney for advice:

  • Bruises
  • Red marks on arms or other parts of the body
  • Bedsores
  • Skin breakdown
  • Evidence of poor hygiene
  • Evidence of dehydration
  • Evidence of malnutrition (weight loss, perhaps)
  • Complaints of psychological abuse
  • Evidence of unsupervised wandering off

Perhaps another resident, family member of another resident or even a nurse from the home tipped you off.

Whatever possible signs of abuse you are following up on, a lawyer experienced in handling nursing home abuse and neglect cases can give you a road map for correcting the wrongdoing.

Helping You Pursue Compensation, Corrective Measures

Compensation for the injured person and/or family is one aspect of a successful nursing home abuse and neglect claim. Required corrective measures at the facility may be another.

If you suspect that your loved one is experiencing abuse in a long-term care facility, we can help.

At Lamkin, Van Eman, Trimble & Dougherty, LLC, our Columbus, Ohio, lawyers have the experience to find out what happened and seek recourse for your loved one.

Advocacy For Victims Of Nursing Home Abuse And Neglect

Elder neglect in a long-term care facility is unacceptable. We will fight to hold the responsible parties accountable. Call to learn more about how we can help: 614-224-8187. We offer free consultations and collect attorneys’ fees only if we recover compensation for you.

You can also send us an email.

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Call 614-224-8187 today. Or if you have questions, send us an email. We collect attorneys’ fees only if we recover compensation for you.