Some forms of nursing home abuse come from a place of malice or blatant
aggression, and some other forms come from a place of carelessness or
neglect. Each are punishable in the civil courts as well as at settlement
tables. Wherever your case goes in the efforts to correct this wrong,
we will be there.
Nursing home abuse most commonly is involved with:
Each of these conditions and events is one that no individual in the care
of qualified medical staff should endure, and are indicative of faults
in the way the nursing home operates itself. It is the aim of our firm
to uncover the true cases of these events and demand that you and your
family are fairly compensated.
Common Cause of Nursing Home Abuse
While it is true that old age carries with it serious health risks, and
that some of these incidents cannot be avoided, many are blatant instances
of neglect, irresponsibility, and little appreciation for human life.
In pursuing your case, we look at the following causes for your situation:
- Insufficient supervision of the staff
- Insufficient supervision of the patients
- Insufficient training of the staff
- Failure to properly screen the staff
In many cases, the nursing home can be held liable for one individual’s
actions, because it up to the nursing home to maintain and enforce standards
that never put its patients danger.