Negligence & Nursing Home Abuse Personal Injury Lawyer
Passionately Advocating for the Voiceless
Neglect is one of the most common forms of
nursing home abuse, as it so often can occur on accident, or as a result of an understaffed
nursing home being overwhelmed with a disproportionately large amount
of patients. At Jordan Law Center, we have seen a number preventable illnesses,
injuries, and accidents occur because of negligence on the nurse of medical
professional’s part. As a result, elderly loved ones are subject
to a number of unpleasant scenarios, which inevitably worsen their overall
condition--arguably leading to an early death.
Nursing home neglect can comprise of the following, including but not limited to:
- Emotional neglect, such as being ignored, spoken down to, or yelled at
- Social neglect, in which one patient is kept away from others, resulting
- Personal hygiene neglect, in which a patient is not given the necessary
help with cleaning, bathing, brushing their teeth, and other forms of hygiene
- Basic needs neglect, such as a lack of food, water, cleanliness, or safety
- Medical neglect, in which the patient is not given his or her medications
correctly and on time, or is not treated for infections, cuts, bed sores,
etc. in a timely manner. This can also include a number of mobility concerns
If you or your elderly loved one has suffered from any of the above, our
personal injury lawyer at Jordan Law Center can fight relentlessly on
your behalf. We don’t want you do suffer in silence--let us speak
up for you to obtain the compensation you deserve.
Contact Our Personal Injury Lawyer Today
Whether you are now facing costly medical bills, or simply suffering from
emotional distress in the form of pain and suffering because of nursing
home negligence, our legal team at Jordan Law Center will work tirelessly
to protect you. Our
personal injury lawyer is passionate about defending the elderly who have been abused,
as we feel it is morally reprehensible to take advantage of anyone, especially
those in such a vulnerable state.
Call (864) 642-0367 to
contact us at your earliest convenience.