Long Island Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Lawyers
Hire Our Long Island Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys
Do you believe that your loved one has been harmed or neglected while in
the care of a nursing home facility? If so, we invite you to contact our
dedicated team at Gruenberg Kelly Della today. These particular cases
constitute an enormous breach of trust between families and these nursing
facilities and any wrongdoing that has been done to your family member
deserves to be accounted for. Our compassionate Long Island nursing home
abuse attorneys have
recovered more than $100 million for clients who have been wronged by the actions of others and we are ready to bring
unflagging advocacy to you and your nursing home abuse claim today.
Don't hesitate to fight for the compensation you and your family deserve.
Contact us today to request a
free case review.
Evidence of Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect
It is always an emotional decision to trust the well-being of an elderly
or disabled family member to the care of others. While many of these facilities
provide excellent and nurturing care for their residents, it only takes
one staff member's actions to create a stressful and unhealthy environment
for our most vulnerable loved ones. Signs of neglect and abuse can be
difficult to spot for visiting family members, but once they are, action
should be taken immediately.
Common indications of nursing home neglect and abuse include:
- Decline in hygiene
- Sudden weight loss (or other signs of malnutrition)
- Dramatic changes in mood or personality
- Misplaced or broken personal items
- General lack of cleanliness in the resident room and facility
Unexplained bruising or other minor
- Bedsores (or "pressure ulcers")
If you have seen some of these signs with your loved one at their nursing
home, then the time to act may be now. Our Long Island firm can help you
arrange for alternate housing and care for your family member and begin
to collect the appropriate evidence needed to launch a civil suit that
truly speaks the gravity of this mistreatment.
Nursing Home Neglect vs. Nursing Home Abuse
Nursing home abuse is almost always active aggression, willful exploitation,
or other deliberate action taken in order to harm residents. Nursing home
neglect is a form of abuse. It is more passive in nature and doesn’t
necessarily always involve the level of sinister intent present in cases
of physical, sexual, or verbal abuse. However, the consequences are just
Nursing home neglect stems from a failure to provide appropriate, reasonable,
and attentive care, whether by an individual caregiver or by nursing home
administrative staff. Regardless of whether it stems from caregiver negligence,
understaffing, or anything else, neglect can result in bacterial infections,
exacerbated health problems, delayed medical, avoidable death, and other
harmful, deadly problems.
As soon as you see the signs of nursing home neglect, contact our firm
right away and take the first steps toward justice for your loved one.
Experienced Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers in Long Island
Finding out that your loved one is being neglected or abused in a nursing
home is absolutely devastating. You may be feeling shocked, angry, overwhelmed,
or just unsure what to do next. As you deal with the consequences of that
abuse and work to find the best solution for your aging loved one, you
may need a helping hand to guide you through the process.
Our team at Gruenberg Kelly Della has been sticking up for Long Island
seniors and their families for more than 50 years, and we can bring about
justice for you and your family. We have won hundreds of millions of dollars
for our clients and know what it takes to right the atrocious wrongs so
often committed behind closed doors in assisted living and skilled nursing
facilities. Let us help you obtain the compensation you need to support
your loved one in their recovery and hold the other party accountable
for their egregious wrongs.
Don't face this matter without a proven advocate by your side. Call
our Long Island nursing home abuse lawyers at 888.305.6372 today.