Isenberg & Hewitt, PC | A Business And Personal Injury Law Firm | Since 1989
Isenberg & Hewitt, PC | A Business And Personal Injury Law Firm | Since 1989
To talk with a lawyer call (770) 901-2666
Isenberg & Hewitt, PC | A Business And Personal Injury Law Firm | Since 1989
To talk with a lawyer call (770) 901-2666

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Nursing Home Neglect Attorneys In Georgia

Helping Residents Of Assisted Living Homes Protect Their Rights

Nursing homes and hospitals are paid to care for and treat people in need, but when they neglect their important responsibilities, patients and residents can be seriously injured. Health care providers can be held accountable when someone doesn’t receive adequate care, is abused or gets hurt because of their negligence. These claims can result in financial compensation to address medical needs, physical and psychological pain and suffering, and wrongful death.

Call our Atlanta law office today at 770-901-2666 to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Georgia nursing home neglect attorney. You may also contact us online, and we will respond to your message as soon as possible.

Elder Abuse And Neglect Injury Attorneys: Bedsores And Physical Abuse

If you are concerned about neglectful or abusive treatment that was provided to you or a loved one, our firm can help. Our Atlanta nursing home abuse attorneys are highly experienced with the neglectful treatment of the elderly, and we can advise you regarding your legal rights and options in cases involving:

  • Failure to provide proper nutrition or personal care or to correctly administer medication
  • Bedsores, also known as decubitus ulcers or pressure sores, which can become infected and cause tissue damage and infection. Bedsores are often the result of neglectful care in nursing homes
  • Physical and sexual abuse of residents or patients
  • Abusive or inappropriate treatment of patients or clients in psychiatric, residential and day treatment facilities
  • Inadequate supervision of residents and patients, including Alzheimer’s patients who wander off or leave the premises and suffer injuries or death

Every situation is different. If you are considering taking legal action against a hospital or care facility, our Atlanta nursing home neglect attorneys can review your circumstances and represent you in litigation, if appropriate.

Frequently Asked Questions

Listed below are answers to some frequently asked questions we hear related to nursing home abuse.  If you have additional questions about nursing home abuse in Georgia, contact our lawyers today. We will answer your questions about nursing home abuse.

How Can A Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer Help You?

If you or your loved one has been a victim of nursing home abuse, the first step is to remove the individual from the situation and seek treatment for any effects of the abuse. Next, you should contact the Georgia Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program – the state agency responsible for certifying and training ombudsmen who resolve concerns of long-term care facility residents in Georgia. You should also consult with an experienced nursing home abuse lawyer who is familiar with the types of issues related to nursing home abuse.

Why Do I Need A Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer?

If your injury or that of your loved resulted from the abuse sustained in a nursing home and you are considering taking legal action against the care facility or some other entity, you should consult with an attorney. A lawyer experienced with nursing home abuse can offer guidance regarding filing a personal injury claim that will allow you to collect the monetary damages that you or your family member may be entitled to, such as the cost of:

  • Doctor visits
  • Hospitalization
  • Physical therapy
  • Surgery
  • Counseling or behavioral therapy
  • Transportation to and from medical appointments
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

The laws and regulations that govern nursing homes are typically very complex and vary according to state. A Georgia nursing home abuse lawyer will protect your rights, help you and your family deal with the many issues involved in your case, and provide access to expert witnesses like physicians, therapists, nutritionists, and others. These experts can review the circumstances surrounding the abuse and offer knowledgeable testimony about the quality of care provided by the nursing home that will help substantiate your claim.

To collect compensatory damages, you will need to establish civil liability against the perpetrators and those responsible for the abuse you suffered. Without skilled legal representation, doing so will be difficult, and your claim may be denied, no matter how valid. A nursing home abuse lawyer will work to prove that your claim is justified, demonstrate how the nursing home had a minimum standard of care and failed to provide it to you or your loved one, and show how this failure led to the abuse suffered. They will typically negotiate a reasonable out-of-court settlement or file a lawsuit to recover a damages award on your behalf.

Georgia Nursing Home Abuse Law Firm Advocates For Injured Clients

If you or someone you love has been a victim of nursing home abuse, don’t go it alone. Instead, enlist the help of a nursing home abuse lawyer who will help ensure the abuse victim’s safety, pursue fair compensation for their damages, and potentially prevent other nursing home residents from suffering a similar fate.

To hold a nursing home or care facility legally accountable for the abuse inflicted on you or a loved one, contact Isenberg & Hewitt, PC online or call 770-901-2666. Initial consultations for abuse victims and their families are always free of charge.

A Compassionate Hospital Neglect Injury/Nursing Home Abuse Attorney

Isenberg & Hewitt, PC, provides a free consultation to accident, assault and negligence victims and their families. Our Georgia nursing home neglect attorneys have been successful at holding hospitals and nursing homes accountable when they neglect the needs of patients and residents. Contact our law office online or call 770-901-2666 to discuss your case with an experienced Atlanta nursing home abuse lawyer.

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