If your loved has been injured during a stay in a nursing home or assisted living facility, you need an experienced nursing home abuse attorney to review your case.

More than 13% of the U.S. population is over the age of 65. This includes veterans, retired teachers, retired law enforcement, retired factory workers, and more importantly our parents and grand parents. The elderly are entitled to our respect and gratitude for the sacrifices they made to make this country great.

Unfortunately, the elderly are more susceptible to abuse and neglect. Some studies estimate that more than 10% of seniors have experienced some form of abuse. The probability of abuse and neglect dramatically increases if the senior is one of the 14 million who are disabled or institutionalized. Some studies show over 44% nursing home residents have reported being abused and over 95% have said they have been neglected or seen another resident neglected.

If you or your loved one has been a victim of nursing home abuse or neglect call me, an experienced nursing home abuse attorney in Birmingham, AL for a free consultation. I will do my best to provide you with the best personal service I can offer and you will always deal directly with me. I never charge an attorney’s fee on nursing home abuse cases unless I collect for you.

More than 3.2 million Americans resided in nursing homes in 2008.

The consequences of abuse and neglect are often very serious and painful and can lead to long term suffering and even death. An experienced nursing home abuse attorney can make sure your loved one gets the compensation they deserve.

If you have a loved one in a nursing home or assisted living facility, be sure to talk to them regularly and pay attention to any signs of abuse and neglect such as:

  • bruising, broken bones, abrasions, or burns may be indicative of physical abuse, neglect, or mistreatment
  • sudden changes in financial situation may be indicative of financial exploitation.
  • unexplained withdrawal from normal activities and depression may be indicative of emotional abuse.
  • bedsores, unattended medical needs, poor hygiene, and unusual weight loss are indicators of possible neglect.