Free Consultations for Nursing Home Abuse Victims

Unfortunately, there are more instances of nursing home abuse that occur than are reported. If you know of an elderly person who has been hurt while in the care of a nursing home in Arizona or New Mexico, or if you suspect mistreatment, you should contact a personal injury attorney immediately.

Looking for a New Mexico or Arizona Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer? At Lerner and Rowe, our nursing home lawyers will help ensure that proper investigations are conducted and will fight to get your loved one the compensation they deserve to assist them through the recovery process and relocation to a safer environment.

What are Frequent Forms of Nursing Home Abuse?

Elderly nursing home abuse and neglect can be physical, but it may also be emotional and /or financial.  As a family member or friend of a person that resides in a nursing home or other long-term care facility, there are a few signs of abuse or neglect you should look out for if you suspect your elderly loved one is being purposefully harmed by a staff member or another facility caregiver:

  • Cuts, bed sores or wounds;
  • Frequent bruising;
  • Infections;
  • Soiled linens or clothing;
  • Unusual weight fluctuations; and,
  • Depressed or anti-social behavior.

Your loved one should not have to suffer from nursing home abuse or caregiver neglect /abuse for a moment longer. Lerner and Rowe nursing home lawyers know the proper channels of investigation and the procedures required to navigate the nursing home bureaucracy so they can expedite your loved one’s case to and stop the abuse as soon as possible.

Take Steps to Protect Your Loved One & Contact a Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer!

If you know of or suspect a loved one is suffering from nursing home neglect or abuse, contact our law offices toll-free by calling 844-977-1900, or fill out the free online case evaluation form. A qualified and experienced member of our legal team regarding nursing home abuse claims who will do a comprehensive case evaluation for free and advise you of what steps you should take to protect your loved one.