Spokane Nursing Home Neglect Lawyer
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Discovering that the people you trusted to care for your elderly family member have betrayed that trust can be a crushing experience. Your family deserves compensation from the negligent caretakers, and a Spokane nursing home neglect lawyer can help you obtain it.
If your loved one has been injured in a nursing home or his or her health has deteriorated and you feel that the home is to blame, call our office. Hiring a Spokane nursing home neglect lawyer is the first step to ensuring that your loved one is safe and properly cared for. Your injured family member may qualify for financial compensation due to the nursing home’s neglect.
There are many types of neglect, some of which are subtle and difficult to prove, while others are blatantly obvious. Your loved one could be the victim of nursing home neglect if any of the following elements are present:
If you are suspicious of nursing home neglect but cannot prove it, call our office to speak with a Spokane nursing home neglect lawyer. We can often identify what is happening and will work to prove it once retained for your case.
With nursing home neglect, there could be several parties completely or partially responsible for your loved one’s injuries or deteriorating health. Listed below are just a few of the possibilities:
Our firm has extensive experience valuing nursing home neglect claims and will ensure that every damage your loved one has suffered is taken into account. To do so, we need to understand how your elderly family member was injured and the impact that those injuries has had. This includes physical, financial, mental, and emotional repercussions.
When speaking with a Spokane nursing home neglect lawyer from our office, provide as many details as possible. A victim of abuse may be entitled to any of the following that apply:
Your Spokane nursing home neglect lawyer will investigate your family members claim and gather all of the necessary evidence and witness testimony. To do so, we will gather all of the following that are available:
If your loved one is mentally competent and does not have a power of attorney in place, you can schedule his or her appointment, but the victim will then need to retain us directly. If you do have power of attorney for the victim, you may be able to sue on his or her behalf. We can go over this with you in detail during your free consultation, or you can ask us questions over the phone.
Working with an experienced Spokane nursing home neglect lawyer is easy when you call Craig Swapp & Associates. We have years of experience representing accident victims and know what to expect during both the negotiation and trial phases of the process.
Whether your case is resolved quickly or a trial is required, we have the tools and expertise required to assist you. You can schedule a free, no-obligation consultation by using the form below or by calling 1-800-404-9000.