Nursing Home Neglect Lawsuits
If your loved one has been neglected in a nursing home, call us at Carabin Shaw, we will fight for your loved one’s rights. Call 1.800.862.1260.
A lawsuit for neglect at a nursing home or other care giving situation not only can provide compensation for victim, it also can provide that proper standards are followed, in the future, by care givers by providing important safeguard to govern their conduct.
Dignity and respect are among the most preserved and protected values in our society. Prior to entering a nursing home or other senior care situation, your loved ones were capable, self-sustaining people who worked hard through their lives and deserve proper care and respect when they need help to care for themselves.
Unfortunately, the quality of care rendered in nursing homes across Texas is considered a disgrace by many people. Nursing home or other elder care situation injuries are suffered with unfortunate frequency, resulting in a loss of quality of life, self-respect and dignity for our loved ones. Sadly, many of these injuries are caused by the neglect and/or negligence of the care givers.
If an injury could have been prevented by following the appropriate standards of care, compensation and some satisfaction can be obtained through a nursing home or other elder care situation neglect lawsuit.COMMON NURSING HOME NEGLECT CASES?
Some of the most common cases of nursing home neglect:
- Prescription Errors
- Falls and Fractures
- Abuse and Assault
- Bed Sores (also known as decubitus ulcers or pressure sores)
- Dehydration and malnutrition
- Wandering and Leaving the Facility
- Restraint Injuries and Strangulation
- Misdiagnosis or Failure to Diagnose
- Wrongful Death
We will review the circumstances surrounding the damages or injury to determine if your loved one is entitled to damages and/or compensation. Every claim has a deadline, so it is important that you review all potential claims with a qualified lawyer as soon as possible.
Call us at Carabin Shaw, we will fight for your loved one’s rights. Call 1.800.862.1260.