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Abuse of the elderly should never be tolerated. Any parties that are negligent can be held responsible. Contact our nursing home abuse and neglect attorneys today for a free case review.
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Has A Loved One Been A Victim Of Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect?
The team at Henson Fuerst has over four decades of experience advocating for the rights of people suffering from mistreatment in nursing homes or assisted living facilities. We are committed to fighting for justice and compensation on behalf of our clients who have been victims of abuse and neglect. If you are concerned about the treatment your loved one is receiving, contact the legal team at Henson Fuerst today.
Why Nursing Home Abuse Happens
Nursing home residents are among society’s most vulnerable individuals. Unfortunately, this makes them easy targets for various types of mistreatment by staff.
Recent studies have concluded that many nursing homes throughout the United States are failing to meeting Federal Staffing Guidelines and the government is not penalizing the offenders.
HOW AND WHY IT HAPPENS
Common Signs of Nursing Home Abuse and Negligence
More often than not, abuse and neglect in nursing homes is a result of purposeful decisions made by the companies that own the nursing homes. These decisions, which are oftentimes made in order to increase the profitability of the companies that own and manage the nursing homes, result in the nursing homes being understaffed and poorly managed. Common causes and signs of nursing home abuse and neglect include:
- Understaffed Facilities
- Unsanitary Conditions
- UTI or other Infections
- Overworked Staff
- Medication Errors
- Frequent Falls
- Pressure Sores
- Chemical Restraints
- Physical Assault
- Sexual Abuse
About Henson Fuerst
Henson Fuerst is based in Raleigh, North Carolina and was founded on the core principles of honesty, integrity, compassion, and a never-ending pursuit of justice for those who have been wronged. As a firm built on this foundation, our clients’ best interests are at the heart of every decision we make. We understand the impact an illness has on not only you, but also those who depend on you, and we never lose sight of that. Whatever the circumstances of your case happen to be, we believe you deserve thoughtful and compassionate representation, and that's precisely what you'll get from Henson Fuerst.
OUR NURSING HOME ABUSE CASE RESULTS
Wrongful Death / Improper Care
Wrongful Death / Bowel Impaction
Wrongful Death / Slip and Fall
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What determines the value of a nursing home abuse case?
The value of a nursing home abuse case is determined by the severity, duration, and other details of the abuse and injuries suffered. When you contact Henson Fuerst, a North Carolina nursing home abuse lawyer will go over the facts surrounding the case and help you determine the best way to move forward.
What do nursing home abuse lawyers charge?
The North Carolina nursing home abuse lawyers at Henson Fuerst handle most cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay us nothing unless we win or settle your case. Some cases, however, are handled on an hourly or project basis depending on case circumstances and facts. Call us today for an initial free case review and consultation, and we will talk further with you about how we would handle your case.
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