Bringing Legal Action For Nursing Home Neglect

Caring for loved ones is not an easy task. That is why many people turn to long-term care facilities that provide round-the-clock care to the elderly or those with special needs. When nursing home personnel fail to take steps to prevent illness or injury, families have the right to pursue legal action. The attorneys at StachlerHarmon are prepared to take aggressive action against nursing homes and nursing home personnel who fail to provide adequate care.

How Was Your Loved One Injured?

At StachlerHarmon, our experience with nursing home abuse claims is extensive. Nursing home negligence and abuse claims involve issues such as:

  • Falls
  • Bedsores
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Mistakes with medication
  • Improper use of restraints
  • Physical abuse

Families can bolster their claims against nursing homes by gathering evidence that documents the nursing home's wrongdoing. Our attorneys can guide you so that you understand what type of evidence to gather and how to document it.

If your loved one passed away as a result of nursing home negligence, our attorneys can assist your family with a wrongful death claim. While a wrongful death claim cannot bring your loved one back, it can send a powerful message that nursing home negligence won't be tolerated — and prevent other families from experiencing what you have experienced.

Discuss Your Situation In A Free Consultation

If your loved one's long-term care facility failed to provide adequate care, contact our Dayton nursing home neglect lawyers at 800-645-2911 or 937-608-9398 to schedule a free initial consultation.