Types of abuse
Verbal abuse – Verbal abuse is in most cases how it all starts. If your loved one complains about being disrespected or shouted at, etc. then you should take it seriously and ensure to nip the problem in the bud. Remember that thinking it will subside is a terrible idea and will result in more abuse which could even be physical or violent in nature.
Talk to us today and we will have one of our expert nursing home abuse legal counselors in Hawaii work with you to make sure that your loved one is safe and sound. Please note that mockery and name calling can also be considered as verbal abuse. You can reach using USAttorneys.com and you can use this site to also call up legal pros on your own as well, directly!
Physical abuse – This domain will include, but not limited to things such as pushing, shoving, beating, physically restraining, etc.
If you notice any unexplained injuries or restraint marks on the limbs of your loved ones or anywhere else for that matter, it may be a sign that they are being physically abused. You need to act before the abuse turns fatal – which it does in many cases. Get one of our attorneys on your side and they will take all necessary actions to safe guard your loved one and to ensure that the perpetrators are legally held liable for what they have done.