Nursing Home Abuse & Elder Neglect
Handled by Our Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers in Jackson
If your loved one was injured or killed while in the care of a nursing home, assisted living facility, group home, or any other similar facility, you should speak with a knowledgeable attorney. Through a personal injury claim, you can pursue fair and full compensation for the losses that your loved one suffered. Compensation can be used to help cover hospital fees, ongoing healthcare expenses, disability-related costs, and more.
At Williams Newman Williams, our nursing home abuse lawyers in Jackson have decades of combined experience in holding negligent and abusive parties accountable both financially and legally. Over the years, we have successfully recovered millions of dollars for our clients, and we can help you, too. Our team can efficiently guide you through each stage of the claims process as we protect your rights and help you make well-informed decisions about the future.
How We Can Help You
Due to their advanced age, injuries sustained by elderly individuals generally take much longer to heal than those suffered by young people. In some cases, their injuries may not even heal completely. A minor fracture can rapidly develop into a lifelong disability if it is not detected and treated right away. This is why it is of the utmost importance for nursing home employees and visitors to treat elderly patients with attentive and compassionate care. When nursing home staff are negligent or abusive toward your loved one, Williams Newman Williams is here to fight on your behalf.
- Loss of weight, as well as drawn features due to malnutrition or dehydration
- Perception of being drugged or "out of it" due to medication errors
- Serious injury or wrongful death due to a medication overdose
- Unusual financial activities, especially suspicious withdrawals
- Suspicious injuries, including open wounds, burns, or bruises
- Physical pain, bleeding, or soreness in private places
- Abrasions, cuts, burns, sprains, or bone fractures
- Agitation or fear around certain staff members
- Apparent depression or unusual lethargy
- Unclean or unsanitary physical condition
- Use of physical or chemical restraints
- Injuries attributed to falls
Call (601) 228-6722 for a Free Consultation
If you want to learn more about your situation and if your loved one is eligible for compensation, reach out to Williams Newman Williams today and set up your complimentary consultation. You can sit down with one of our attorneys, and we can help you determine the best way to proceed. Also, we accept cases on contingency, meaning you pay us nothing unless and until we recover compensation for you. You can rely on our nursing home abuse lawyers in Jackson to provide you with the effective legal services you need and deserve. Call (601) 228-6722 today.
- The Mississippi Ombudsman Program - In addition to federal law, Mississippi has its own regulations regarding long-term ombudsman programs. Continue reading to learn more about the specifics of these types of services.
- Nursing Home Abuse: Everything You Need To Take Action - It's important to know the signs of abuse and protect your loved ones. Continue reading to learn how to detect physical, emotional, or financial abuse.
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