Need to Sue a Nursing Home in Baltimore?
Families who choose to move their parents or grandparents into a nursing home do so with the hope that their loved one will receive better, more attentive care than they themselves can provide — but not all nursing home facilities provide the level of care we want and expect. In some cases, nursing home abuse and negligence cause physical injuries. If you or a loved one has experienced this type of abuse, you should not hesitate to sue your negligent nursing home.
Schedule a free consultation with our nursing home abuse & neglect attorneys in Baltimore if someone you know has sustained physical injuries caused by a caregiver. Call us 24/7 at (410) 698-1717 or send us a message to get started.
Common Nursing Home Physical Injuries
Physical abuse and neglect can cause a nursing home patient to suffer from physical injuries. Aside from outright attacks by staff, negligence can cause an elderly person to develop ailments, or sustain an injury in a fall if someone was not watching over them.
Any type of mistreatment by caregivers can contribute to:
- Broken bones
- Head injuries
An older person who is suffering from physical injuries caused by nursing home staff may exhibit emotional and behavioral signs as well, such as acting fearful, depressed, isolated, or agitated. The need for frequent medical treatment is another potential non-visual sign that a patient is experiencing physical injuries.
What to Do If Someone You Know was Injured in a Nursing Home
If you suspect that an older person in your life is suffering from physical injuries caused by abuse and neglect by their caregivers, contact Brown & Barron, LLC today. Our Baltimore attorneys are committed to defending the rights of the elderly and recovering just compensation for those who have been mistreated.
Call (410) 698-1717 24/7, or send us your information to schedule a free case evaluation.