California Nursing Home Death Lawsuits
In the worst cases of abuse and neglect, nursing home residents die as a direct result of the treatment they receive from their care provider. Reprehensible as any needless nursing home death is, worse is the way that the insurance company attorneys will try to minimize your loss or deny their responsibility altogether.
If someone you love died suddenly or unexpectedly while under the care of a nursing home provider – our lawyers can evaluate the situation quickly and give you an honest opinion about possible claims. Contact us for a free consultation today.
At Young & Wallin, we handle nursing home death litigation in the Los Angeles area and throughout the state of California, fighting to obtain justice for the surviving family members who have suffered the very real and important loss of someone they loved.
In cases of wrongful death, insurance company lawyers will either try to assert that the nursing home provider did nothing wrong and was not responsible for the death, or they will try to minimize what these losses really mean to you. We believe that every human life has value and that negligence which causes a death, no matter how old or infirm that person may be, is still negligence any way you define it.
Because there is a one-year statute of limitations on nursing home death claims, it is important to talk to an experienced nursing home abuse attorney about what happened before this time expires. Our attorneys can quickly evaluate your claim, often right over the phone, and provide the experience and skill required to see these cases through to a successful conclusion if you do have valid claim. In particularly egregious cases, we may even be able to obtain punitive damages.
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For answers to your questions about the nursing home death of your loved one – 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.