When you have an aging parent, we often have to entrust them to a nursing home or other elder care facility such as a memory care unit. All we want is what’s best for our aging parent or spouse. Finding out that our loved one has been injured through neglect or abuse can be devastating. You may feel violated or betrayed by the workers at the facility. But you can fight back. You can seek compensation on your loved one’s behalf.
Call our Morgantown nursing home lawyers at (304) 212-7289 for a free case consultation.
At Brewer & Giggenbach, PLLC, in West Virginia, we can evaluate your case and help you move forward to seek justice for your loved one’s injuries. Since 1988, our attorneys have helped injured people seek fair compensation. We’re trial-tested and can assist in your case.
Worker injured at nursing home: Represented an employee of a nursing home who was seriously injured by a nursing home resident. Our client was struck in the eye by a resident with an extremely violent history. Our client had to endure numerous surgeries on the eye, and ultimately, lost complete vision in the eye. After extensive written discovery and numerous depositions, the case was settled prior to trial. See More
Types Of Nursing Home Injuries
When loved ones become elderly, they are also often vulnerable to abuse or neglect. They are also susceptible to having a nursing home injury. People living in nursing homes incur unique injuries, including:
- Fractures of hips, leg and arm bones and other kinds of fractures
- Injuries caused by improper or excessive use of restraints
- Hygiene problems related to dental and physical needs
- Verbal and emotional abuse
- Physical and sexual abuse
- Dehydration and malnutrition resulting from neglectful care
When loved ones move to nursing home care facilities, they are dependent on the workers at these facilities for their care and well-being. Don’t let nursing home injuries and instances of wrongful death go unpunished.
Schedule A Free Case Evaluation
The experienced trial attorneys at Brewer & Giggenbach, PLLC, will sit down with you and evaluate your elder’s case in a free consultation. Call our office in Morgantown at (304) 212-7289 or email us online to make your appointment. Evaluating the case is your first important step in moving forward and seeking justice for your loved one.
Nursing Home Injuries Impact Our Most Vulnerable Loved Ones
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