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Hartford Nursing Home Abuse and Negligence Attorneys

Entrusting the care of your elderly loved one to a nursing home is not an easy decision. Most families heavily research local nursing home options and choose the one that they feel will best meet their family’s needs. Sadly, things aren’t always what they seem. A nursing home may not provide the level of care they are required to, hire an abusive employee, or even cover up known problems. Nursing home misconduct could seriously injure or lead to the death of your loved one. Our Hartford nursing home abuse attorneys can help your family with the legal process.

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If you or someone you know is experiencing nursing home abuse and/or negligence in Hartford, don’t wait to speak up. Contact The Flood Law Firm right away to discuss an injury case with an attorney for free. Your loved one deserves to be treated with dignity and respect and the nursing home may owe you financial compensation.

What Sets The Flood Law Firm Apart?

  • We have years of experience exclusively practicing personal injury and wrongful death law.
  • We have achieved many outstanding results for injuries caused by negligence and abuse.
  • We aren’t afraid to take a nursing home case to trial in Hartford County, if necessary.
  • We are a full-service law firm that can handle 100% of your case while you focus on healing.
  • We operate on a contingency fee basis and never charge more than 33.33% of the award won.

What is Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect? What Are its Signs?

Nursing home abuse can take many forms.  If can include physical assault, mental or verbal abuse, financial exploitation, or sexual assault of an elderly nursing home resident. It is a heinous crime that can severely injure a victim. Nursing home negligence refers to the failure of a nursing home employee to properly care for a resident. This can mean ignoring nutritional standards, leaving a resident unclean or unkempt, or failing to order emergency medical care. Nursing home abuse or negligence is devastating for a victim. Signs and red flags include:

  • Anxiety, fear or post-traumatic stress
  • Becoming noncommunicative
  • Bedsores and infections
  • Broken bones or fall-related injuries
  • Depression and suicidal thoughts
  • Feelings of guilt or shame
  • Frequent unexplained injuries
  • Head injuries or brain trauma
  • Instances of wandering or elopement
  • Malnourishment or dehydration
  • Overall (unexplained) declines in health
  • Withdrawal from friends, family or activities

The signs of nursing home abuse and neglect can be physical, emotional and/or psychological. Financial exploitation of an elder could have an economic impact as well. It is often up to you, a loved one, to search for possible signs of something wrong at a nursing home in Hartford each time you visit your relative. Many victims don’t come forward and never report abuse and neglect. They may not understand that it’s happening or be too afraid of retaliation to say anything. It is critical to keep a close eye on your loved one. Speak out the instant you notice a problem.

How Should You Handle Nursing Home Abuse or Negligence?

The day you realize something isn’t right at your loved one’s nursing home in Hartford, report the problem to authorities at the nursing home. Take your loved one to the hospital for a full checkup, then to someplace safe for the rest of the claims process. Call the police to report your suspicions. The police can investigate the nursing home for signs of resident neglect and/or abuse. They will help you gather evidence. Then, contact The Flood Law Firm for a free consultation. Hiring an attorney right away can help you build a stronger case.

Contact Us Now for a Free Consultation in Hartford, Connecticut

Do not wait to talk to an attorney about a potential nursing home negligence or abuse case. These are serious cases that deserve attention from attorneys. Contact our Hartford, CT personal injury lawyers as soon as possible, so we can do everything we can to collect evidence and help you recover. The nursing home may owe the victim or your family money for damages such as medical bills and lost quality of life. Discuss your case in more detail today at no cost. Call (860) 346-2695 at any time to talk to our attorneys or contact us online for a free consultation.