Nursing home injuries and deaths happen for a reason. In some cases, the resident’s age and condition, rather than a lack of adequate care, are largely responsible. But in many cases, nursing home injuries are the predictable result of business decisions made by for-profit corporations – decisions that place profits and the “interests of the shareholder” ahead of the people they are supposed to be caring for.
Nursing home injuries are often no accident. If your loved one has suffered injuries while under the care of a nursing home provider – contact the experienced nursing home neglect attorneys of Young & Wallin.
At the Los Angeles area Law Offices of Young & Wallin, we handle nursing home abuse cases throughout California. Our lawyers have the experience needed to handle these tough cases and have obtained significant results for injuries resulting from:
- Wandering Off / Elopement
- Bed Sores (Decubitus Ulcer)
- Malnutrition and Dehydration
- Physical Restraints
- Chemical Restraints
- Wrongful Death
- Physical Abuse
- Sexual Assault
- Emotional Abuse
- Physician or Nurse Negligence
Whether the injuries were the result of neglect, a physical assault committed by a fellow resident, or sexual abuse by a staff member – the basic problem usually comes down to the fact that there were simply not enough staff members on duty to prevent it. We know this because early in their careers, our attorneys used to work defending nursing homes against these claims. As such, they not only know how and where to look for information that will establish the pattern of neglect – they know how the insurance companies are likely to defend them as well. They also know how to stop them from succeeding in their efforts.
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Call our Los Angeles area nursing home abuse law offices directly or contact us online right now with a brief description of your concerns. Initial consultations are free of charge and you will pay no attorneys’ fees unless we are able to obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf.