Elder & Nursing Home Abuse

Elder & Nursing Home Abuse

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The decision to move yourself or a loved one into the care of a nursing home can be tough, especially with legal negligence and abuse cases making news far too often. Our elderly friends and family members have difficulty adjusting or are resistant to moving into an assisted living and care facility.

Nursing homes have a responsibility to care for and protect the residents. All nursing home employees are obligated to provide services for the residents to help maintain and improve the quality of their lives.

Violation of Trust
At times, the trust a resident places in the nursing home is violated when they are neglected, mistreated, or abused.

Common Signs of Elder Abuse

  • Broken or fractured bones
  • Head injuries
  • Open wounds, cuts, punctures, untreated injuries in various stages of healing
  • Broken eyeglasses, dentures, hearing aids
  • Signs of punishment or physical restraint
  • Your loved one tells you they have been mistreated
  • A sudden change in behavior
  • The nursing home refuses to allow unsupervised visits

What to do if You Suspect Elder Abuse or Neglect
Mandell Trial Lawyers is a legal firm serving clients throughout the greater Los Angeles area and the San Fernando Valley. Our experienced and reputable attorneys provide dedicated representation for Southern California victims of accidents and wrongful death, including elder neglect, nursing home abuse, and all elder abuse-related injuries.

Let our experienced lawyers help you recover maximum monetary compensation for damages and injuries resulting from elder abuse and neglect. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured as the result of a nursing home or elder abuse, contact Mandell Trial Lawyers for a free case evaluation.

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