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Nursing Home Domestic Violence

Putting a loved one into a nursing home is never an easy decision to make, nor is it anyone’s first choice. Having your loved one’s medical needs taken care of on a day-to-day basis is imperative, though it can take a lot of time, energy, and resources, which most people don’t have. This is why so many people decide to put their trust into the employees of nursing facilities to take care of their elderly loved ones.

Despite the fact you are paying to have your loved one taken care of in a professional manner, sometimes it is just simply not the case. Elder abuse at nursing homes is on the rise, and these victims are speaking up a fraction of the time at which these acts are occurring. At Jordan Law Center, our personal injury lawyer believes in fighting for justice by advocating for the voiceless.

Some examples of nursing home domestic violence include, but are not limited to:

  • Emotional abuse, such as tormenting, ignoring, humiliating, or ignoring the patient
  • Physical abuse, such as bruises, cuts, broken bones, bleeding, etc.
  • Neglect, such as unsanitary living conditions, medications not being administered properly, malnourishment, etc.
  • Sexual abuse, such as bruises or bleeding near genital areas, venereal disease, forcible participation or viewing of pornographic acts, etc.
  • Financial exploitation, such as stealing money, forging signatures, stealing the patient’s identity, or misusing the elder’s checks, accounts, or credit cards.

If you or a loved one has suffered any of the above, you may be entitled to a valid legal claim of nursing home domestic violence. Nursing homes should never be a dangerous place for your elderly loved one. At Jordan Law Center, our personal injury attorney refuses to sit back idly while these abuses occur on a daily basis to innocent, elderly patients across the country. We believe in aggressively fighting for the compensation these victims are rightfully entitled to.

To schedule your first consultation for free, don’t hesitate to contact our office by calling (864) 642-0367 today.