Has Your Loved One Suffered Injuries While In Convalescent Care?
If you suspect that your loved one suffered an injury while convalescing in a skilled nursing facility, care home, long-term care facility or a nursing home due to negligence or abuse, speak to an attorney as soon as possible. Your suspicions about their injuries could be correct. Understaffing, poor training, improper equipment and lack of supervision have led to an increase in nursing home negligence and abuse cases in Ohio and across the country.
Call Brian Law Offices at 800-785-5790 or contact us online for a free consultation. Our attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights of injured people and helping them obtain the compensation to which they are entitled.
Holding Health Care Facility Staff Accountable For Their Negligent Actions
Elderly and disabled people in long-term health care living arrangements are vulnerable and frequently not resilient enough to speak for themselves following an injury. An injury can result in a great deal of pain and suffering for an extended period of time. What may be a minor injury or surgery to a young person could end up resulting in death for an elderly or disabled person.
At Brian Law Offices, our attorneys fight to hold negligent nursing homes and staff accountable for serious injuries and wrongful deaths, including those caused by the following:
- Unrestrained falls
- Slip-and-fall injuries
- Food poisoning
- Hip fractures and other broken bones
- Medication errors
- Physical abuse
- Sexual abuse
Many of our clients are referrals from other lawyers, and by former and current clients.
We Serve Families Statewide. Call Us Today.
To speak with one of our attorneys about abuse in a nursing home, long-term care facility, skilled nursing facility, rest home or similar type of health care facility, call 800-785-5790 or e-mail us for a timely response. We operate on contingency fees, which means there are no fees unless we make a recovery on your behalf. We offer evening, weekend and off-site appointments by request.