Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers
The nation must increasingly rely on specialized institutions to care for its aging population as it becomes older every year, most notably through nursing homes and skilled care facilities.
The Pintas & Mullins Law Firm’s nursing home injury attorneys assist families and individuals hurt by elder abuse across the nation. Since we provide decades of knowledge and unmatched insight from our 10,000+ successfully settled nursing home cases, we are fully committed to this area of the law and will even go to you at no additional cost.
What’s the procedure for suing a nursing home?
You can submit a legal claim on your behalf through your nursing home abuse attorney. Your attorney must establish the following for a claim to be successful:
- – The facility is responsible for looking out for your elderly relative.
- – When the facility went against its duty of care, it was negligent.
- – This carelessness caused your loved one’s harm or demise.
- – There were monetary damages due to the harm or death.
- – The facility might offer you a settlement without going to trial if your attorney can demonstrate these elements. If not, we’ll run into them in court.
Should You Suit for Abuse at a Nursing Home?
The first step in holding a nursing home accountable if you suspect mistreatment is to file a claim. Doing this will secure justice for your relative and, hopefully, compel the care home to hold its management and personnel to greater standards.
What Can I Anticipate From a Nursing Home Lawsuit?
Many families of abuse victims decide to file lawsuits after getting in touch with the appropriate authorities. It’s crucial to comprehend the many aspects of nursing home abuse claims before proceeding.
Earlier than the lawsuit
You want to establish a few elements before bringing a case against a nursing home, skilled nursing facility (SNF), assisted living facility, or community-integrated living arrangement. Even if you see the warning signs of abuse, you must have sufficient evidence before filing a claim. If your loved one has been wounded, you can snap pictures of the wounds and chat to them to let them know it’s alright to talk. Make sure you have the proof you need to file a lawsuit, as well as records of how long your loved one was a resident of the nursing home and the potential start date of the abuse.
In the litigation
You must establish clear negligence in your nursing home lawsuit for it to be successful (such as a caretaker refusing to help your loved one out of bed or taking advantage of your loved one financially). If your loved one’s conduct has changed and they begin displaying fear or other telltale indications of abuse, you may also be able to demonstrate mental and emotional abuse.
Any documentation you gather can prove useful later on in the settlement procedure. To ensure that your lawyer has access to all documents and bills related to your loved one’s maltreatment in the facility, keep them in a secure location.
Following the lawsuit
After abuse, you can be reluctant to choose another nursing facility to care for your loved one. It’s critical to understand that the steps you do can advance you. The return of your loved one to a nursing facility may be extremely upsetting for them, but if it is necessary, you should take precautions to protect their safety.
Make sure everyone is satisfied with the next move by discussing their possibilities. Your loved one may feel more at ease as a result.
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How long can you wait before suing a nursing home?
A statute of limitations establishes the time frames for filing lawsuits against negligent parties. Depending on the type of lawsuit your attorney files against the nursing home, this deadline may change. Three categories of claims exist:
- – Nursing home residents who a negligent provider hurt are entitled to compensation under personal injury law. Abuse, discrimination, subpar care, and assault are common causes of nursing home personal injury claims.
- – Medical malpractice happens when a nursing home fails to provide the minimum legal level of medical care. Diagnoses or dosage mistakes are frequent medical malpractice cases in nursing homes.
- – Wrongful death: A wrongful death case involves negligent injuries resulting in a family member’s loss. Several negligent factors frequently involved in personal injury and medical malpractice cases can result in nursing home wrongful death.
- – Based on where the facility is located, each of these will have a different statute of limitations. You must submit your claim and abide by the regulations of the state where the abuse occurred. The laws that apply to your case will be explained to you by your attorney for nursing homes.
- Experience / Tranining : With over 35 years of experience in personal injury law, William Pintas and his team have a proven track record on taking down the country’s largest and most negligent companies in order to secure justice and compensation for clients. Pintas pioneered creating powerhouse legal teams around each of his clients. He believes that each client’s story is unique requiring a carefully-selected legal team to dramatically up the odds of success. In 2020 alone, he successfully secured more than $300 million dollars in settlements for his clients.
- Residency : During the course of his 35-year career, William Pintas has represented more than 30,000 clients, recovering millions of dollars on their behalf. His passion for helping victims of serious injuries led him to pursue personal injury law and start his own firm in 1985, then known as William G. Pintas & Associates., Pintas has built his law firm into an unstoppable force against large corporations and negligent entities with its staff of more than 70 professionals. His resources reach far and wide across the United States, and he represents clients in all 50 states.