Nursing Home Neglect
We place a huge amount of trust in those whom we allow to take care of our loved ones. Unfortunately, sometimes this trust is broken. The failure to provide proper care and the understaffing of nursing home facilities is a systematic problem. Such shortcomings can often be attributed to corporate negligence. Simply put, some companies prioritize profits over patient care. It is important for you to know how to choose the best facility and how to recognize elder abuse.
When choosing a facility visit www.Medicare.gov. The Nursing Home Compare tool provides detailed information about every medicare and medicaid-certified facility in the country.
Common signs of nursing home neglect and elder abuse include: falls, fractures, bed sores/pressure ulcers, head injuries, malnutrition, physical and sexual abuse, infections, wandering, and death.
It is our job to provide a voice to those who do not have one. Accountability through the civil justice system is the only way to get Corporate America’s attention. If you suspect that your loved one has been abused, call the Davis Law Group today.
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