Nursing Home Abuse

SIGNS OF NURSING HOME ABUSE

When our loved ones are no longer able to fully take care of themselves, we rely on nursing homes to provide a safe, nurturing environment. Our elderly loved ones in particular are among the most vulnerable citizens and deserve to be treated with absolute dignity and respect. If you or a loved one has been mistreated in a nursing home or if you suspect mistreatment, you need to contact a Ventura County elder abuse lawyer from our resolute firm right away. One of our hard-hitting attorneys will hold those responsible to account for their abusive behavior. Signs of nursing home abuse may include:

  • Signs of physical neglect such as bruising or bed sores
  • An apparent disregard to providing the necessities of daily living
  • Failing to protect residents from health and safety hazards
  • Signs of dehydration or malnutrition
  • Unsanitary living conditions
  • Problems with adhering to medication regimens
  • Confining residents to their rooms

Of course it is also important to listen to your loved one and any concerns that they may have. Take their concerns seriously. While it is a frightening thought, the sad fact is that nursing home abuse is increasing even though enforcement seems to be decreasing. According to a 2005 study carried out by the California Healthcare Foundation, violations increased from 2001 to 2004 but actual citations and fines decreased. Our proven firm may be able to help you to fight for the rights of your loved one. There are more than 110,000 thousand people living in nursing homes and long-term care facilities in California. These are our most vulnerable citizens and our compassionate firm will aggressively protect the rights of you or a loved one who has been the victim of nursing home abuse.

STOPPING NURSING HOME ABUSE

At The Law Offices of Neustadt & Berriz, we believe that our most vulnerable citizens deserve aggressive protection from being abused and disregarded by those entrusted with their care. Nursing home abuse and elder abuse are on the rise and our firm is committed to fighting for the rights of victims as well as ensuring that they are treated with the dignity and respect that they deserve. We have over 47 years of combined experience successfully fighting for our clients and helping them through some of the most difficult challenges of their lives. We may be able to help you or a loved one receive maximum compensation for you losses and damages.

Contact a Ventura County nursing home abuse attorney from our caring and dedicated firm right away to tenaciously protect you or someone you love from an abusive situation.