Nursing homes can provide extra support and care for aging loved ones and those with special needs. Tragically, though, not all nursing homes offer the attention and protective oversight families may expect. This can lead to elder abuse and neglect, which can have devastating physical and psychological effects on the most vulnerable members of our community.
At Dormer Harpring, our attorneys understand how devastating nursing home abuse can be – and how important it is to have effective legal advocacy through the recovery process. That is why we are dedicated to helping nursing home abuse survivors and the families of nursing home abuse victims recover so they can focus on healing and getting their lives back to normal.
Nursing home abuse and neglect can come in various forms and at the hands of various parties. Elder abuse can include verbal, physical, sexual, and/or financial abuse, committed by nursing home staff, other residents in the home, or possibly even visitors to the home.
If any of your loved ones is currently living in a nursing home, here are some of the most common red flags that they may be the victim of nursing home abuse:
Remember that the parties responsible for nursing home abuse or neglect often choose victims who will have a hard time telling their family or other caregivers what is happening to them.
Some of the common results of nursing home neglect can include:
When nursing home residents are the targets of any type of abuse or neglect, the responsible parties can include:
When abuse survivors and their families have the courage to stand up for their rights and pursue legal claims, survivors can be entitled to damages for their:
If you or someone you love has been victimized by nursing home abuse or neglect, contact a Denver personal injury lawyer at Dormer Harpring for unique, carefully-tailored representation throughout the recovery process. We are devoted to helping injured people and doing everything we can to help them get their lives back to normal.
Call (303) 747-4404 or email us via the contact form on this page to find out more about how we can help you. Our commitment to representing people from all walks of life means that we never charge for a consultation and that our legal fees are “contingent,” meaning they’re based only on the amount we recover.