Nursing Home Negligence

Nursing homes are supposed to be places you can trust to help care for your elderly family members. When you select a nursing home for your family members, you’re looking for a place that will treat your relatives with compassion and provide you with the assurance that your family members are being well-cared-for. What happens when you suspect that a family member has been neglected by a nursing home, or even abused by nursing home employees, nurses or staff?

Nursing home negligence and abuse are sad realities for some family members. If you notice that a family member in a nursing home shows any of these signs of negligence or abuse, you should contact us for a consultation as soon as possible:

  • Broken bones;
  • Dehydration;
  • Fractures;
  • Black eyes;
  • Bruises;
  • Bed Sores;
  • Lacerations or cuts;
  • Weight loss or weight gain.

Nursing home negligence and abuse isn’t something that you and your family members should tolerate. Abuse isn’t always physical; some cases of nursing home abuse have involved emotional abuse, such as bullying or even threats of violence. If you notice any unusual changes in behavior, talk to your family member about it, and consider launching an investigation into the nursing home.

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