Harm In A Nursing Home

Nursing home malpractice cases can often be extremely complicated. In many instances, the case can come down to a matter of their word against yours. And since you may be relying on the testimony of a loved one who's sick or elderly, you may have a hard time convincing a jury or a judge of any wrongdoing.

Don't give up hope. You have more options than you might even realize. At the Slechter Law Firm, we can sit down with you and review the details of your potential nursing home malpractice case. We can then work with you to decide the best course of legal action. At every step of the way, we realize we are merely working with you to design a legal strategy that best fits your specific needs. You are in charge.

Kentucky Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers

Nursing homes promote themselves as safe, comfortable havens for the elderly and disabled who require assistance. Nursing home staff are responsible for caring for patients' needs and well-being, including maintaining clean facilities. When they fail to do so, they must be held legally responsible for their actions.

Nursing Home Malpractice Cases Can Be Complicated

Nursing home malpractice can come in many forms. Sometimes, patients are victims of nursing home neglect. In such cases, patients may be malnourished or suffering from dehydration or bedsores.

In other instances, nursing home malpractice can take the form of nursing home abuse. In such cases, staff members intentionally harm patients physically or psychologically. Victims of nursing home abuse can have physical marks on them or even require hospitalization to address their injuries. Be on the lookout for signs of nursing home abuse or neglect.

No matter what type of nursing home malpractice you're dealing with, you need to turn to an experienced, dedicated lawyer who knows how to handle such complicated cases. We help clients throughout Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana stand up for their family's rights.

Seek justice. Contact the Slechter Law Firm to schedule a free case evaluation today by completing our convenient online form. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Do not let an abusive or negligent nursing home or staff member get away with harming a loved one. Call the Slechter Law Firm at (502) 694-5407.