Los Angeles Nursing Home Abuse Attorney
Protect Your Loved One Against Nursing Home Abuse
Nursing home abuse takes many forms, but it always results in needless
pain and suffering on the part of dependent adults who are powerless to
defend themselves. Frequently, elders placed in these homes cannot communicate
adequately to staff or to their families regarding the abusive treatment
or conditions in which they are living. Long term neglect or mistreatment
can result in unnecessary injuries, mental trauma or physical illness.
If you or a loved one is suffering from abuse in a nursing home or residential
care facility, you need an experienced
Los Angeles elder abuse lawyer to investigate and fight for your right to proper care and treatment.
We are passionate advocates for the respectful and proper care of dependent
adults and handle each case with compassion and personal commitment.
It has been said that a country can be judged by the treatment of its elders,
and with the aging of our population has come a proliferation of nursing
homes, residential care and assisted living facilities. Unfortunately,
not all of these businesses offer the standard of care that dependent
adults require and fall short of the quality their promotion promises.
Lack of appropriate training of nursing staff is widespread and often
these homes are understaffed. Also responsible for abusive treatment of
dependent adults are the unscrupulous actions of nursing home staff and
sometimes family members in attempts to use the assets of the elder for
their personal gain. The resulting abuses include
unsanitary conditions, mental suffering caused by
Caring Lawyer in Los Angeles, CA
If you or a loved one is enduring abusive treatment in a nursing home,
call us immediately for an evaluation of your situation. We are resolute
defenders of the rights, safety and health of dependent adults as covered
in the California Elder Abuse and Dependent Adult Civil Protection Act
(also known as the EADACPA or Elder Abuse Act). We will not back off in
our efforts to rectify the abuses being suffered by you or your family member.