Holding Nursing Homes Responsible For Negligence
The lawyers at Sparr, Belville & Brown, LLC know that nursing home injuries resulting from abuse or neglect are becoming more frequent. Sadly, because nursing homes are usually for-profit operations and are not often fully reimbursed by government programs, many nursing home operators cut corners, fail to have sufficient staff, and hire untrained staff. Abuse and neglect of seniors in nursing homes can result in physical and emotional injuries and premature death. If you see signs that a loved one is being abused or neglected in a nursing home, contact our elder abuse law firm immediately. We have provided clients with personal legal representation throughout the state of Wisconsin for over 30 years. WE CAN HELP.
Signs Of Nursing Home Negligence
Evidence of nursing home negligence or abuse can include:
- Untreated bedsores and pressure sores
- Unexplained fractures
- Bruises and other injuries
- Soiled clothing or bedding
- Medication errors or overmedication
- Unexplained broken bones
How A Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer Can Help
If you have evidence of nursing home abuse or neglect of a loved one, contact a skilled nursing home abuse lawyer immediately. If your family member reports deliberate physical or emotional abuse by nursing home staff, such as hitting, slapping, inappropriate use of restraints, shaking, or verbal abuse or threatening, take it seriously. These incidents and untreated medical conditions can lead to wrongful death.
Contact our experienced elder abuse attorneys right away by calling 920-335-1413. When we take on a nursing home abuse case, we review the nursing home medical records, and quite often we find very clear proof of abuse or neglect in the home’s own reports. Nursing home abuse and neglect does not have to happen. WE CAN HELP.