Experienced Attorneys Helping the Injured
When we place a loved one in a nursing home, we expect they will enjoy comfort, security and good health. Nursing home negligence forces them to live their days in pain and fear.
If your loved one has suffered due to nursing home negligence, the attorneys at Simon Eisenberg & Baum are here to help. Our New York nursing home abuse attorneys are experienced legal advocates dedicated to protecting the rights of those who cannot defend themselves.
Contact us to speak with an experienced New York nursing home abuse lawyer. We represent clients throughout New York City and Northeast New Jersey. We also have law offices in Manhasset and Boca Raton, Florida.
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Failure to monitor residents accounts for many injuries in nursing homes and assisted living centers. Many nursing homes understaff to save money, and the result is not enough staff to adequately care for the people they entrusted to care for.
In other cases, nursing home staff members are poorly trained or not properly screened. Whatever the cause of the negligence, the result can be serious, life-threatening injuries and even wrongful death.
Nursing home negligence can result in:
- Bed sores
- Falling injuries
- Restraint injuries
- Wandering off/elopement injuries
- Medication errors
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- Bronx nursing home abuse lawsuits
- Brooklyn nursing home abuse lawsuits
Our attorneys have extensive experience handling nursing home negligence lawsuits and a proven record of success obtaining results for our clients. Our New York nursing home abuse lawyers understand how difficult it is to know your loved one has suffered in this way. Pursing legal action can not only protect and compensate your loved one, but ensure that others are spared from the same dangerous conditions.
Has your loved one been injured due to nursing home negligence? Contact us today to speak with an experienced New York City elder abuse attorney. We offer free initial consultations and bill on a contingent fee basis — you won't have to pay us unless we win your case.