Bedsores & Nursing Home Abuse in Greenville, SC
Passionate & Experienced Legal Advocacy
When we are leaving our loved one in a nursing home, we never expect him
or her to be abused or neglected. We put our sincere trust in nursing
home caregivers with the hope they will treat our family like their own,
but this sadly isn’t always the case. In the worst case scenario,
nursing homes can be a place of neglect or abuse. One of the most common signs of
abuse in a nursing home is the presence of bedsores on your loved one.
Bedsores are painful pressure ulcers caused by pressure from a hard surface,
such as a bed or wheelchair, as well as poor nutrition and dehydration.
They can lead to infection, fever, cancer, sepsis, cellulitis, and more.
If these bedsores turn long-term without proper treatment and healing,
they can become life-threatening. If someone tries to convince you that
bedsores are a normal part of aging, this simply isn’t true--they
are most definitely a sign of neglect.
With wheelchair assistance, bed repositioning, proper skin care, and nutritional
health, they can absolutely be avoided and prevented. If you have noticed
a sudden appearance of bedsores on your loved one while he or she is in
a nursing home, you must address the situation and seek legal counsel
Discuss Your Case with Our Greensville Nursing Home Abuse Attorney
If you or a loved one has suffered at the hands of another’s negligence, our
personal injury lawyer of Jordan Law Center can help. We firmly believe in advocating
for those who have sustained preventable injuries because we believe in
holding the perpetrators of these accidents accountable. Our legal team
will work around the clock to ensure you are taken care of, because we
want you to concentrate entirely on healing and getting back to your normal
life--leave the fighting to us. Whether you are seeking compensation for
your medical bills, pain and suffering, or loss of work, our personal
injury lawyer at Jordan Law Center can pursue justice on your behalf.
To speak to a representative and schedule an initial consultation,
call us today at (864) 642-0367.