Physical and Sexual Abuse

N.Y. Lawyers Protecting Those With Nursing Home Abuse Concerns

Physical and Sexual AbuseIn 2006, the Medicaid Fraud Unit of the New York State Office of the Attorney General conducted a study of 600 nursing homes and concluded that 98 percent of them fail to meet federal recommendations for staffing levels. Poor supervision has led to assault and abuse in nursing homes across the country.

We are dedicated to protecting accident victims from nursing home abuse. For more than 40 years, the attorneys at Law Offices of Thomas L. Gallivan, PLLC have held negligent parties accountable — we are ready to safeguard you and your family member from any mental or physical harm.

Concerned your loved one is the victim of nursing home abuse? You need an aggressive attorney. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.

Extensive Experience Protecting Victims Of Nursing Home Abuse

The firm's attorneys — Daniel Gallivan and Thomas Gallivan — have vigorously represented accident victims for more than four decades. We have a strong background working with clients affected by emotionally-charging situations. Specially, we have fought to protect clients' loved ones who were raped or abused sexually in other ways by staff at nursing homes.

We have also represented clients with allegations of physical abuse, leading to serious injuries, such as:

Our goal is to obtain as much compensation as possible to cover the victim's and family's pain and suffering, as well as any hospital bills associated with the abuse or future medical needs.

Contact Us to Prove Your Case

These cases are complex, but we have the experience to hold negligent parties responsible. We will work with investigators to prove fault and determine if any other families have similar allegations of abuse, resulting in serious injures.

Contact us by e-mail or call our 914-220-1086 to schedule a free initial consultation. We offer flexible appointments.

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