Montgomery County Nursing Home Abuse Attorney

As our nation’s older population rapidly grows, many families face the difficult decision to move an elderly loved one into a nursing home facility. To date, approximately 1.4 million people reside in nursing homes, according to the Nursing Home Abuse Center. Nursing homes are typically rehabilitative facilities designed to provide long-term care to elders or disabled adults in a safe and healthy living environment.

In Pennsylvania, various state and federal laws help protect the rights of nursing home residents—particularly in the form of regulations against abuse or neglect. Sadly, many nursing homes fail to fulfill their responsibilities and roles in caring for our elders properly, often resulting in severe injury or death. When you need a Montgomery County nursing home abuse or neglect lawyer, Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford P.C are here to help you and your family overcome tragedy.

Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Attorneys in Montgomery County, PA

We entrust the care of our loved ones to nursing homes and other long-term care facilities. When nursing home staff and administration act in a negligent manner, that trust is betrayed. If your loved one has been harmed by nursing home negligence or abuse, it is essential to have an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side.

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At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford P.C., we have extensive experience handling nursing home abuse cases for clients throughout Montgomery County and the surrounding areas. We understand how difficult it is to know your loved one has been suffering in this way, and we are prepared to help.

Compassionate Support for Victims of Nursing Home Abuse Montgomery County

If your family member is suffering due to nursing home neglect, we can help you pursue justice and compensation. Filing a claim against a nursing home can ensure that your loved one is protected and compensated for their suffering and that others are protected from these same harmful practices.

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Generally, abuse constitutes any action that puts a resident in harm’s way. Nursing home neglect and abuse take many forms, and no one form is any less destructive than the other. Commonly, injured residents sustain devastating traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, and infections. The most frequent signs of nursing home abuse in Montgomery County include:

  • Bedsores (decubitus ulcers)
  • Restraint injuries
  • Fall-related injuries
  • Wandering off
  • Failure to monitor
  • Malnutrition
  • Dehydration

Additionally, elderly residents may suffer as a result of the willful and intentional abuse of staff members and fellow residents. Physical and sexual abuse can result from staff members not being properly supervised on shifts or faulty hiring practices by the nursing home administration. Also, if a resident is known to present a risk to fellow residents, the staff is responsible for keeping that person from harming others. If a resident becomes injured, nursing homes are legally obligated to contact emergency or specialized services and tend to the injury immediately.

Recoverable Damages in Nursing Home Abuse Cases

The seasoned nursing home abuse attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg, & Gifford P.C. can help you pursue full and fair compensation for the damage done. We’re familiar with the twists and turns of Pennsylvania’s complex web of laws involving personal injury, wrongful dealth, and nursing homes. Based on the facts of your case, we may seek both compensatory and punitive damages on behalf of your loved one.

Compensatory damages are meant to reimburse the plaintiff for their injury-related losses and assume both special (measurable) and general (innumerable) damages. Conversely, punitive damages are intended to penalize the defendant and prevent others from engaging in the same behavior. These types of damages are typically awarded in situations where the defendant’s conduct was malicious and inexcusable. After reviewing the details of your case, you may be entitled to monetary compensation for the following:

  • Medical expenses
  • Future medical care costs
  • Property damage
  • Mental anguish
  • Pain and suffering
  • Permanent disability
  • Disfigurement

Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg, & Gifford P.C. has spent decades advocating for clients, and in recent years, we’ve noticed a substantial increase in the amount of nursing home abuse and negligence cases in Southeast Pennsylvania. Together, we can stop nursing homes and negligent caregivers from profiting off our elders while neglecting the proper standard of care owed to them.

Fierce Montgomery County Legal Advocates Against Nursing Home Abuse

The attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford P.C. have zero tolerance for nursing home abuse or neglect. Seniors are our most vulnerable population and deserve to be respected and treated fairly. If your loved one’s rights have been violated or if you suspect your loved one is being mistreated, our professional legal team has over 270 years of cumulative experience handling complex lawsuits of this nature. We are skilled advocates with a mission to bring justice to those who have been wrongfully injured or killed.

Has someone in your family suffered due to nursing home neglect or abuse? Contact us by calling (215) 822-7575 or completing a confidential contact form today to speak with a knowledgeable attorney about your case. We are located right off Route 309 in Colmarand offer free and convenient parking. Our nursing home neglect lawyers in Montgomery County serve the following towns: King of Prussia, Plymouth Meeting, Lansdale, Abington, Norristown, Cheltenham, North Wales, Upper Dublin, and more.