A Loved One Abused or Neglected?
You May Be Entitled to Financial Compensation.
- Find Out if you have a Case
- Hold Those Responsible Accountable
- Connect With Trusted Legal Partners
- Seek Justice For You & Your Loved One
Don’t wait. If a loved one has been abused or neglected, you should get in touch with a trusted legal partner to see how they can help.
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You can’t take back what happened to your loved ones when dealing with nursing home abuse. But, you can hold those responsible accountable. By completing a Free Case Review form on this page, you are able to connect with a trusted legal partner.
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Nursing Home Abuse Can Happen To Anyone
Nursing home and nursing facility abuse can happen to anyone. Between 4% and 10% of older people aged 65 and older experience at least one act of elderly abuse each year, and over 3 million people in the U.S. experience some form of abuse or neglect while living in nursing homes.
With medical costs as a result of abuse totaling over $5 billion USD per year, and financial exploitation amounting to over $2.9 billion dollars in losses, nursing home residents often need to seek legal counsel in order to receive proper compensation.
Lawsuits involving nursing homes can be complex legal matters. Many nursing homes are run by large corporations that have the financial and legal wherewithal to overwhelm an inexperienced plaintiff. Connect with a trusted legal partner to start your Free Case Review.