Types of Nursing Home Abuse
Have you, or someone you care about, been a victim of nursing home abuse? If so, you're not alone. Unfortunately, it's quite common.
Handling a nursing home abuse case requires experienced lawyers and legal staff who understand the types of injuries caused by understaffing, neglect, and other dangerous situations in nursing homes. At Edgar Snyder & Associates, we've seen families suffer when their loved ones were abused in a nursing home.
No one deserves to suffer nursing home abuse, especially in the place you trusted to care for your loved one. It's not right, and we're ready to help you get the compensation you deserve.
Injuries From Nursing Home Abuse
You may have a family member or a loved one who currently lives in a nursing home. While they may have once been self-sufficient, they may now be totally dependent on the nursing home staff and administration. Assisted care living can cost thousands of dollars per year, so you expect staff will take care of one's needs.
Patients in nursing homes deserve the best care, but often they do not receive it. Nursing home abuse happens for a variety of reasons – understaffing, lack of organization, inadequate security, and simply poor standards of care.
Injuries from nursing home abuse are often severe and may include:
- Unexplained Injuries