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Is Your Loved One Suffering In Silence At A Nursing Home?

Patients in nursing homes are among the most vulnerable members of society, and we all depend upon the administration and staff of these facilities to provide our loved ones with proper medical, hygienic and comfort care. Sadly, some nursing home managers allow their caregivers to neglect their duties or perform them in a negligent fashion. Nursing home residents can suffer serious harm or even death.

At Leemon + Royer, PLLC, we work to obtain justice and compensation for victims of nursing home abuse and neglect. As experienced advocates for the elderly and other victims of medical malpractice, we understand the issues such cases present and how to build a strong and convincing argument for our client.

Call 866-248-3845 or contact us by email to arrange for a free consultation.

The Tragic Realities Of Nursing Home Abuse And Neglect

When the management of a nursing home or elder care facility fails to properly supervise its employees and injuries result, the victims often suffer in silence. They may not be fully aware of what is happening to them, or they may be afraid to speak up. If you believe that a family member or loved one is the victim of nursing home abuse or negligence, you need to take action.

Signs of nursing home abuse and neglect include:

  • Bedsores or pressure ulcers
  • Unexplained bruises or abrasions
  • Overmedication or medication errors
  • Dehydration
  • Uncharacteristic emotional outbursts or emotional withdrawal
  • And others

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Leemon + Royer, PLLC, has succeeded in numerous noteworthy nursing home and medical malpractice cases, including six-figure settlements against nursing homes for inadequate care and negligent care. Even if the senior citizen in question has passed away, we may be able to obtain answers as to what happened and compensation for the survivors.

If the nursing home resident is alive, you need to act quickly — to alleviate his or her suffering and to preserve evidence vital to the success of the case.

The state of Washington has enacted the vulnerable adults statute, which provides remedies for victims of nursing home neglect and abuse. Our firm can use this and other laws to obtain justice for those who have suffered wrong in nursing homes, adult boarding homes and other assisted living facilities.

For a free consultation, call 866-248-3845 or contact us online.