Lawyers Hold Nursing Homes Accountable for Elder Abuse
Older adults need not only an adequate amount of food and hydration, but they also depend on vitamins and minerals to make them stronger. Nursing homes are responsible to provide nutritious meals to avoid any serious health problems.
When failing to properly care for patients, they need to be held accountable. For more than 40 years, our New York attorneys at Law Offices of Thomas L. Gallivan, PLLC have protected accident victims from nursing home abuse. We are aggressive trial attorneys, ready to represent you and your family.
Do you have reason to believe your loved one is a victim of nursing home abuse? Contact one of our experienced personal injury attorneys. We offer free initial consultations to discuss the specifics of each case.
Extensive Experience Representing Nursing Home Abuse Clients
We have a strong background fighting for accident victims. Our attorney, Thomas Gallivan have represented hundreds of clients over the past four decades, including victims of nursing home abuse. We know firsthand the seriousness of malnutrition and dehydration which can cause life-threatening health problems, such as:
- Urinary tract infections
- Reduction of muscle mass
- Memory loss and confusion
- Weakness, resulting in limited movements that lead to bed sores
If not treated, malnutrition and dehydration will eventually cause death. Nursing home abuse is a serious problem — we fight hard to prove negligence and hold the negligent accountable. Our attorneys have a strong track record of obtaining as much compensation for accident victims to cover pain and suffering, treatment, as well as on-going medical needs. We are ready to provide you with the best representation possible.
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Our attorneys have a strong background investigating nursing home negligence claims. They interview nurses and review their charts to understand if they failed to provide adequate meals and care. As a team, our attorneys also work with experts to understand if the nursing home staffed enough nurses and properly trained them. We prepare each case to be successful in court.
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