Medical Malpractice Law
Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Attorneys
Located in Memphis, TN
When a significant belonging is stripped from you, difficulty is sure to follow.
For those family members or friends that enter a rehabilitation center or nursing home, the emotional withdrawals of memories and belongings paired with the decreasing physical capabilities can weigh heavy.
Imagine going through all of this, then constantly enduring nursing home abuse and neglect.
Your loved one should never have to face terrible treatment at the hands of the nursing home. If you sense that your loved one has endured any form of abuse or neglect, you should reach out to legal experts that deal with nursing home abuse cases regularly.
Our team recognizes the sensitivity of these claims and deliberateness that they demand. Each case presents a unique situation, so our attorneys communicate with you, your family and the victim to build your argument and present the best case.
We stand firm on the principle that nursing home abuse and neglect should be punished heavily. This is a crime, and it should not be slid under the rug. Together, your family and our representation partner to ensure that the abuse ends and that your party obtains the proper compensation for the crime.
Nursing home abuse issues include:
- Existence of bedsores
- Poor patient monitoring
- Poor safety guidelines and regulations
- Poor protection from abuse
- Incorrect drug administration
Nursing Home Sexual Abuse
We assume nursing homes will protect and care for loved ones. However, some of these employees overseeing a patient’s care are committing disgusting crimes due to negligent hiring practices and supervision.
Police or state officials are not alerted to these crimes often because either the victim is afraid or his or her memory is not a full strength. Combined with the nursing home administrator’s unwillingness to uncover their employees actions, victims and their families must fight for justice.
Keep this in mind - non-consensual touching, sex, or even photography of the victim constitutes sexual abuse. Knowing the signs of nursing home sexual abuse can help stop the absue and prevent further suffering for other residents.
Nursing home sexual abuse signs include:
- Extreme depression
- Difficulty walking
- Difficulty sitting
- Vaginal bleeding
- Evidence of STDs
- Bruises around the genital or breasts
- Torn clothing in unusual spots
For additional information, visit our nursing home sexual abuse blog post.
Contact The Chiozza Law Firm at 901-526-9494 for a free consultation if you are a loved one believe that nursing home abuse or negligence has been committed. These are problems that need to be closely examined and prevented in the future.
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