Wrongful Death Due to Nursing Home Abuse

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

 

When you put a loved one in a nursing home, you hoped it would prolong their life, that the constant care they received would avoid the dangers of living alone or with only the intermittent care you could provide. You never thought your loved one would suffer premature death due to the abusive actions of nursing home employees or residents.

If you know or suspect that your loved one's death in a nursing home was due to the negligence of the nursing home, you may be able to receive compensation for your loss. To learn more, please call 312-265-2778 or email Harvey L. Walner & Associates, Ltd. in Chicago today for a free case evaluation.

If you suspect that your loved one is being subjected to nursing home abuse, immediately notify the head of the nursing home and document it in writing. Ask the head of the organization to investigate and call you. Then:

  • Make more frequent, unexpected visits
  • Keep a close eye on the abused person
  • Document and photograph any bruises, cuts or bedsores
  • Follow up on your request with the head of the nursing home
  • Document what you are told and other things you observe at the home
  • Make a note of how the staff acts towards you
  • Talk to your loved one and other residents about signs

Get help right away
   If you suspect that your loved one is being abused in a nursing home you must act quickly. It is a dangerous situation and the health problems that result can escalate fast. It is also likely that your loved one is not the only one suffering as a result of the nursing home's lack of care. By reporting abuse or neglect, you may be helping not only your loved one, but others who may not have family to look out for them.

   Please, contact the experienced nursing home abuse lawyers Harvey L. Walner & Associates in Chicago, Illinois, today. Our experienced nursing home abuse attorneys can help you get the compensation that you need and deserve. You initial consultation is free and we don't get paid unless you will win the case.