Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer in Aurora & Chicago, Illinois
If you or a loved one was seriously injured as a result of nursing home abuse, we want to help you get the justice you deserve. We are committed to protecting the elderly against abuse and holding nursing homes and facilities accountable. Contact our nursing home abuse lawyers today at 630-225-8341 to schedule your free consultation.
Nursing Home Abuse
When you place an elderly family member into the care of a licensed Illinois long-term care facility or nursing home, you trust that the facility will provide a high level of medical and personal care and keep your loved one safe. Unfortunately, far too often that trust is betrayed by nursing home staff who either fail to provide the proper level of care or – worse – cold-heartedly abuse your loved one.
Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys
The amount of abuse and neglect that takes place every day in nursing homes in Illinois is staggering. There is often a continuing pattern of abuse at certain facilities. It is important during the investigation of a particular case of abuse to analyze the facility’s history of violations of federal and state regulations to uncover any patterns of abuse or neglect. Having a skilled and compassionate law firm on your side can bring your family peace of mind by stopping the abuse or neglect and holding the nursing home accountable for its actions.
Cullotta Bravo Law has been fighting for victims of nursing home abuse for years. When you partner with our nursing home attorneys, we leverage our experience and passion to advocate for those who are not always able to advocate for themselves. Call us today at 630-225-8341 to schedule your free consultation.If you or a loved one was seriously injured as a result of nursing home abuse please contact Cullotta Bravo Law. Having a skilled, experienced, and compassionate lawyer can make all of the difference.
The signs of nursing home abuse or neglect are often subtle, and victims often fail to report it.Here are some possible signs to watch for
Listlessness or stupor
Rapid weight loss unrelated to a medical condition
Cuts or bruises that the staff cannot account for
A negative change in the patient’s emotional state