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Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers in Philadelphia

The corporate staff and care facilitators who work in nursing homes and other such long-term care facilities have a legal and moral obligation to the health and safety of the elderly men and women who call it home. No matter what the reason is for your elderly loved one to live in a nursing home, they have the right proper care, respect and protection. If your loved one has been injured while in the care of a nursing home or long-term healthcare facility, they may be owed compensation for injuries, pain and suffering. The dedicated personal injury and nursing home abuse lawyers of J. Fine Law are committed to the rights of elderly victims who’ve suffered injuries of any type at the hands of a nursing home. We’ll fight to get your family the compensation you deserve. Call our experienced & dedicated attorneys today at 267-888-2960 or 1-800-HURT-123 or fill out our free consultation form of your nursing home negligence case.

Signs of Elder Abuse in a Nursing Home

Unfortunately, a significant amount of nursing home abuse cases go unreported. Whether that is because the victim cannot physically share the information or because the elder is not able to understand the care they deserve, at the very first sign of abuse immediately contact our nursing home malpractice law firm. Obvious physical signs of abuse include bedsores, malnutrition, broken bones from a fall and medical errors which could all lead to the most egregious negligence: death. Malpractice lawsuits also include mental and emotional abuse, which is much harder to identify. Emotional abuse refers to verbal threats, isolation, insults and the use of fear tactics to control residents. Other forms of nursing home neglect cases we’ve counseled include lack of supervision, sexual assault, coercion and theft. Whether the abuse happened once or many times over the course of months or years, it is essential you partner with a nursing home abuse law firm to fight for the rights of the elderly victim.

Importance of Hiring a Nursing Home Abuse Attorney

Hiring a nursing home abuse lawyer holds the care facility and their staff accountable for their appalling actions of neglect, abuse and mistreatment of their residence. Besides compensation for the victim and family, the law suit can lead to loss of licensing, federal funding and jobs for all involved. Furthermore, filing a suit protects other men and women in the care of a nursing home from being susceptible to the same types of mistreatment and neglect. If you suspect your loved one has been the victim of nursing home abuse, contact J. Fine Law today to speak with our experienced personal injury lawyers today. There is a statute of limitations to the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit and seek justice.

Contact our Nursing Home Negligence Attorneys

The attorneys at J. Fine Law have recovered in excess of $50 million in verdict awards and negotiated settlements for our clients. We fight for the rights of each of our clients, dedicating ourselves to each case and get you and your family the compensation you deserve. Call 1-800-HURT-123 for a free and confidential consultation, or visit any of our office locations in Philadelphia PA, Pittsburgh PA or Cherry Hill NJ. We have handled nursing home cases in almost every county in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.