Nursing Home Negligence, Elderly Abuse, and Death Lawsuits in Fayetteville, GA
Unfortunately, nursing home neglect, abuse, and death occurs more frequently than one would think.
It is a disturbing and tragic fact that no one should ignore in any capacity.
Senior citizens are society's most vulnerable group of people.
We expect assisted living, nursing homes, or long-term care facilities to provide quality, dedicated, thoughtful, and compassionate care to our loved ones.
That is the sole reason we have elected to place them in their care.
While many of these places provide a high standard of senior citizen care, far too many do not.
When one decides to place a beloved relative in a care facility, they trust those working there.
We are trusting them with our loved ones' lives and with our own feelings and affections. That is why it is particularly heinous when trust is violated.
As unfortunate as it sounds, Nursing Home Abuse does occur and can take many different forms, such as:
- Emotional Abuse
- Physical Abuse
- Financial Abuse
If you know someone suffering from abuse, you must act as quickly as possible. But you may wonder what you should do if you think there is abuse or neglect.
What to do if you suspect abuse of your loved one?
The Georgia Department of Community Health regulates nursing homes in Georgia and can help you get immediate care for your abused elder in Fayetteville.
Before you directly bring a claim against a nursing home, call our Fayetteville Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys at The Brown Firm.
Remember, you shouldn't act alone when facing a nursing home dilemma in Fayetteville, GA.
When your family learns of elder neglect or abuse, you need a trusted Fayetteville Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer by your side.
Hiring A Fayetteville Nursing Home Abuse Attorney
Abusing the elderly is a violation of human rights and may cause illness, injury, despair, or property loss.
Knowing the signs of elder abuse is not always obvious, so many people do not realize their loved one's maltreatment.
However, when the abuse goes undetected or unreported, the results may lead to severe illness or even wrongful death.
If you know of someone suffering from Nursing Home Abuse in Fayetteville, do not hesitate to contact The Brown Firm to see how one of our experienced attorneys can help with your case.
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