Nursing Home Negligence
Trust Our Greenville Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers
At Christian & Davis, LLC, our
Greenville injury attorneys help victims of nursing home abuse and neglect pursue compensation after
they have been injured or wronged. We are committed to making nursing
homes a safer place. Each lawyer at our firm is a member of The National
Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care (formerly the NCCNHR). In addition
to our legal advocacy, we provide advice to people who wish to be proactive
in selecting a nursing home without a history of neglect and abuse.
Call us today to learn more at (864) 408-8890.
Neglect Is Preventable—We Can Help Stop It
In our experience, our
Greenville nursing home abuse lawyers find far too many nursing home facilities that are run by off-site corporate
directors who sacrifice safety for the sake of profit margins. From their
cushy corporate offices, they order the reduction of staff and resources
in order to decrease overhead expenses and keep more of the income from
the facility as profit, rather than use it for the benefit of the residents
Costs are cut without regard for consequences, which could include:
- Dehydration/weight loss
- Pressure ulcers/bedsores
- Slips and falls
- Medication errors
- Choking accidents
- Urinary tract infections
- Sepsis leading to kidney complications or failure
- Residents wandering off without supervision
This type of negligence should not go on! We are here to be the voice for those who don’t have one in courtrooms
and negotiation rooms. Because Christian & Davis LLC has a
legal nurse consultant on staff, we have direct access to a professional who has a comprehensive
understanding of these types of legal matters. Call on us if you’ve
believe negligence is occurring at your loved one’s nursing home.
Standing Up for Injured Nursing Home Residents
Our Christian values influence our law practice, as we take our responsibilities
seriously and use our talents and skills to help vulnerable people who
have been neglected in nursing homes. Our experience and knowledge enable
us to recognize and pinpoint causes of injury and preventable illness
or death in a long-term care facility.
Ask yourself the questions below if you suspect negligence:
- Does staff fail to respond to calls for help from residents or their family members?
- Does staff fail to turn patients on a regular basis?
- Are residents habitually soiled?
- Is there evidence of dehydration, weight loss, bedsores, or pressure ulcers
- Have you seen or heard of falls or unexplained cuts or bruises?
- Is there a history of elopement (wandering off) by residents of the facility?
- If your family member is already in residence, has he or she had a urinary
If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, you may
have the grounds to file a nursing home negligence or abuse claim.
Do Not Hesitate to Contact Us
Learn more about how to prevent elder abuse and what legal remedies are
available for victims of nursing home negligence. Our lawyers are standing
by to offer the compassionate and aggressive legal assistance that your
Contact us to make an appointment for a
free confidential case evaluation.