Deciding whether or not to place an elderly family member in a nursing home or assisted living facility is often a difficult situation. However, once the choice is made, we trust the facility’s staff and medical professionals to provide our loved ones with compassionate, capable care. After all, a nursing home should be a place where the elderly go to safely enjoy rest and comfort. Sadly, what we expect and what actually occurs in nursing homes can be quite different.
At Gash & Associates, P.C., we understand how upsetting it can be when trying to deal with nursing home abuse, neglect or malpractice. Some of us have even experienced these issues while making similar decisions for our own family members.
Fortunately, as a nursing home resident ― or a family member of one ― you have rights and legal recourse available. When you seek guidance from one of our attorneys, you can trust that we will do everything possible to obtain the best outcome for you, including the elimination of the harmful conduct and compensation for your injuries. We will work tirelessly to provide you with personalized, effective legal representation ― treating you as we would a member of our extended family.
Nursing home victims may exhibit many warning signs, including, but not limited to: