Proven Greenville Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers
Providing Trusted Representation in Cases of Bed Sores
When leaving a loved one in the hands of a nursing home, we trust that
the facility’s staff will treat them with compassion and high quality care.
Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. Oftentimes, especially in cases of nursing homes that are operated by
large corporations, workers will prioritize profit over the wellbeing
and protection of their patient.
personal injury attorneys at
Christian & Davis, LLC are committed to protecting the rights of the elderly and incapacitated
who have suffered at the hands of a negligent nursing home. Our firm has
95 years of combined legal experience and we are personally invested in
your case and its outcome. We care about your goals, your needs, and your concerns.
Get the aggressive representation your case deserves. Call Christian &
Davis, LLC today at (864) 508-8890 to learn how we can help.
Dangers of Bed Sores
Bed sores are also commonly referred to as pressure sores or pressure ulcers
and are caused when one area of the body experiences prolonged pressure.
These types of injuries do not happen overnight – bed sores develop
overtime and, if left untreated, can be extremely dangerous. The elderly
and incapacitated are at the highest risk of bed sores, due to their decreased
mobility. Nursing homes can prevent bed sores from forming by periodically
moving and repositioning patients to alleviate pressure.
Untreated bed sores can cause serious complications, including:
- Muscle and bone damage
Schedule Your Free Consultation Today
Greenville nursing home abuse attorneys are dedicated to holding negligent nursing homes accountable for their
actions – each of our lawyers are members of The National Consumer
Voice for Quality Long-Term Care. Since our start in 1975, we’ve
continuously maintained a foundation built on excellence. We understand
taking legal action means so much more than monetary compensation –
helping you seek justice for a loved one is our duty and priority.
Fill out our brief online contact form to request your
free initial consultation.