Huntington Lawyers For Unexplained Nursing Home Injury Cases
Many residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities are not fully aware of what is happening to them. Others may feel too intimated to speak up when they have been abused. Because of this, elderly and disabled residents in care facilities suffer in silence when their caregivers harm them or fail to provide adequate care.
As a family member or friend of an abused nursing home resident, it is up to you to help your loved one. If you have noticed strange or unexplained injuries on your loved one, discuss your concerns with the management of the facility. Then call Duffield, Lovejoy & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, at 304-247-9396 for a free consultation.
Signs Of Serious Injuries In A Nursing Home
Some nursing homes put profits above the well-being of those entrusted to their care. As a result, those facilities may not hire enough qualified caregivers or supervise them adequately. Injuries that can occur due to inadequate care include:
- Head injuries resulting from falls
- Bruises resulting from falls or assaults by staff or residents
- Bedsores and pressure sores
- Abrasions resulting from falls or use of restraints
- Confusion due to malnutrition or improper administration of medications
- Other types of unexplained nursing home injuries
There may be a legitimate explanation for your loved one’s injuries. But if they were caused by the abusive or negligent actions of nursing home staff, you may be entitled to compensation for financial losses and pain and suffering.
Huntington Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys
When you choose our law firm to handle your case, our attorneys will undertake a comprehensive investigation of the events that caused your loved one’s injuries. We will document the negligence of those responsible, place a value on your loved one’s financial losses and suffering, and seek full compensation for you.
Free Consultation — Contact Our Firm
To discuss a nursing home injury case with an experienced and committed lawyer, contact Duffield, Lovejoy & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, in Huntington, West Virginia.
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