We expect our elders to be looked after and cared for when we place them in the care of a nursing facility. We entrust the professionals at the nursing home with our loved one. We expect them not only to perform the necessary duties to keep our loved ones happy and healthy to the best of their abilities, but also to show our elders the compassion and respect that they deserve.
Regrettably, cases of nursing home neglect and abuse are not uncommon. Unfortunately, the nursing home facilities can let down the trust we placed in them. Nursing home professionals can treat our family members that we placed in their care without consideration. Unacceptable perils, such as bedsores, lack of proper supervision, slip and fall accidents, malnutrition, or even wrongful death, may happen to our elders when we leave them at a nursing home.
If your parent, grandparent, or loved one has been neglected at a care home or has suffered from nursing home abuse, take action and contact an experienced San Diego nursing home abuse attorney. Unlike the nursing home professionals, Spital & Associates, a practiced nursing home abuse law firm, will give your elders the respect, attention, and consideration that they deserve. Our nursing home attorneys will examine the facts of your case and determine the best options for you and your family. Good health should not be a privilege. We need to hold nursing homes accountable for the care that they provide to residents.
If you believe a family member is being abused or neglected at their nursing home, there is a good chance that the facility can be held accountable. Let Spital & Associates evaluate your case by contacting a San Diego Nursing Home Abuse lawyer by calling (619) 583-0350.
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