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Strength And Compassion In Nursing Home Abuse Cases

Deciding whether nursing home care is necessary can be difficult enough for a family. Finding out that your loved one has been injured by negligence or abuse at the nursing home is devastating. At Noland Law Firm, LLC, in Macon, we help Georgia families seek justice and compensation for their loved ones who suffer injuries in a nursing home or long-term care facility. Please tell us about your case during a free consultation so we can determine how we can assist you. You will find that our lawyers have the strength to handle the nursing home and insurance company while treating your family with compassion.

What Are The Signs Of Nursing Home Abuse?

Nursing home abuse and negligence may result in injuries and conditions such as:

  • Malnutrition and dehydration
  • Illness or death from a medication error
  • Bedsores
  • Broken bones
  • Bruises
  • Injuries from sexual assault
  • Emotional distress
  • Changes in behavior, withdrawing from others

If you notice physical injuries or behavioral issues, it is important to speak with someone who can help you figure out what happened. Our experienced attorneys know how to investigate allegations of abuse and neglect in nursing homes. We will work diligently to uncover the truth about what happened to your family member. When appropriate, we will seek compensation for your losses.

How Does This Happen?

There are a number of reasons why nursing home negligence and abuse occur, including:

  • Negligent hiring practices and credentialing
  • Lack of training
  • Lack of supervision
  • Cost-cutting measures that affect patient care
  • Overcrowding in the facility

These types of issues may lead to serious injuries or the preventable death of a loved one. When we assess your claim, we will discuss your options thoroughly so you can make a decision about how to move forward.

Your Family Member Deserves Justice

Seeking compensation for your family member can help them and possibly prevent elder abuse from happening to others. Let our caring, experienced lawyers take care of the legal issues so your family can focus on moving forward. Please call us at 478-216-3043 or send us an email to schedule your free consultation. We can discuss your case in person, over the phone or using video conferencing.

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