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Nursing Home Neglect: When to Get An Attorney

On Behalf of | Mar 2, 2015 | Blog, Elder Abuse, Law Articles, Nursing home Abuse, Nursing Home Neglect

Nursing Home Neglect: When to Get An Attorney

Elder abuse can come in many forms: neglect, improper dispensing of medications, improper use of restraints or power, causation of emotional distress, or failure to provide care in a timely manner. The signs of elder abuse can be obvious or subtle and some find the idea of broaching the topic of possible abuse overwhelming, understandably so. However, if one has even the slightest misgiving about a situation, it is strongly encouraged that further information is gathered. Unfortunately, the instances of elder abuse are on the rise; those who need our attention and respect the most, are being exceedingly mistreated. Chances are, if you think that your loved one is being abused in their care facility, you are probably correct.

If you suspect your loved one has been a victim of abuse or neglect, York Law Firm can help. We specialize in prosecuting cases of elder abuse and neglect and have been greatly successful in holding responsible parties accountable. The underlying mission of York Law Firm is simple: to help represent those who cannot adequately represent themselves. If you suspect your loved one has been neglected or abused by a care facility or nursing home it’s critical to get an attorney immediately. We guide our clients to help you file a complaint with the state as well as prosecute these nursing homes to hold them accountable.

York Law Firm is comprised of Sacramento lawyers that handle nursing home neglect and elder abuse cases. If you believe your loved one has been the victim of elder abuse or neglect in a nursing home or assisted living facility, or believe your family has a wrongful death claim, please call our office so that we can investigate your case at 916-643-2200 or contact us online. We are dedicated to representing families whose elders and dependent adults who have been injured, neglected or abused.

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