Nursing Home Abuse

Nursing Home Abuse Attorney Long Beach

nursing home abuse attorney long beachUnfortunately, abuse and neglect of elders in nursing homes and assisted living facilities is all too common. Elderly residents can be neglected and they can be subject to financial, emotional, physical, and even sexual abuse.  Our nursing home abuse attorney Long Beach aims to resolve matters of nursing home abuse for our clients through aggressive litigation, to hold these institutions accountable for their actions.

If you think you may have witnessed nursing home abuse, you should take immediate action to see if any of the following signs of nursing home abuse have occurred:

  • Person confined in bed is left without care.
  • Untreated bed sores or pressure ulcers.
  • Lack of basic hygiene or appropriate clothing.
  • Inadequately explained fractures, bruises, welts, cuts, sores, or burns.
  • Unexplained or uncharacteristic changes in behavior, such as withdrawal from normal activities, or unexplained changes in alertness.
  • Over-medication or over-sedation.
  • Person with dementia left unsupervised.
  • Sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Lack of food.
  • Lack of medical aids (glasses, walker, dentures, hearing aid, or medications).
  • Staff is verbally aggressive or demeaning, controlling, or uncaring.
  • Loss of personal property.

Nursing home abuse attorney Long Beach services can be explained in more detail over the phone.  So if you are interested in speaking with an attorney, contact Hannah G. Elisha, Esq by calling 1-866-480-6657 today.

Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer Long Beach

nursing home abuse lawyer long beachElder abuse can happen to anyone, anywhere, including in a person’s own home, in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and in hospitals. It impacts elders in all socioeconomic groups, cultures, and races. Those most at risk are those persons who:

  • Have limited mobility.
  • Are 80 years of age or older.
  • Are socially isolated or withdrawn.
  • Are in poor physical health.
  • Suffer from dementia or mental health or substance abuse issues.

If you believe that a loved one has been subjected to neglect or abuse by someone entrusted to care for them, contact our nursing home abuse lawyer Long Beach office. We can connect you with qualified, experienced attorneys who can help you protect your loved one and bring those responsible to justice.

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