Our New Jersey Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers are on Your Side

Family members entrust the care of their elderly loved ones to nursing home caregivers to provide the medical and personal assistance they may not be able to offer.  They trust they are leaving their loved ones in the care of experienced and attentive staff members, but often, the treatment residents really get is far from what loved ones expect. In realty, many residents are subjected to negligent or abusive treatment by staff members, other residents and even visitors.

Nursing home abuse is a widespread problem in New Jersey, with an estimated 30% of facilities engaging in some form of abusive or negligent treatment of residents. But whether the incident was a one-time occurrence or frequent indiscretion, all residents have a right to a safe nursing home environment and when that right is violated, legal help can be sought.

If you suspect your elderly loved one has been verbally, emotionally or physically hurt at their care center, turn to one of our experienced New Jersey nursing home abuse attorneys to file a case and hold guilty parties responsible for their mistreatment.

 

Stopping Elderly Abuse

On our site you will find links to some of the best home abuse lawyers in New Jersey who will defend and protect your loved one’s rights. Our attorneys can help you seek justice and compensation in the event your loved one is abandoned, mistreated, abused, or becomes the victim of wrongful death at a nursing facility.

Turn to our New Jersey elderly abuse lawyers today if any of the following incidents have been witnessed or suspected:

  • Verbal abuse
  • Physical abuse
  • Sexual
  • Medication mistakes
  • Unsanitary conditions
  • Malnutrition
  • Dehydration
  • Unexplained injuries or illnesses
  • Inadequate medical attention or assistance
  • Wrongful death

Contact one of our featured New Jersey nursing home negligence attorneys today to discuss your options in filing a case and holding those responsible for the mistreatment accountable for their actions.