Nursing Home Abuse

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Nursing home abuse and neglect is a growing problem in many long-term care facilities in the United States. Abuse can be either intentional, as in physical, financial or sexual assaults or negligence in facilities that are under-staffed or have poorly trained personnel. If you suspect your loved one or friend is being abused than contact us at S. Bryan Moore for a no-cost evaluation. They call me “Bulldog Moore” because I’ve been helping people with personal injury problems for over 47 years and I don’t let go, until the job is done.

What symptoms or signs of abuse or neglect should I be looking for? Here are a few of the most common problems people encounter:

  • Abuse
  • Assault
  • Bedsores
  • Bruises
  • Dehydration
  • Malnutrition
  • Falls
  • Fractures
  • Restraint Injuries
  • Strangulation
  • Staff Inattention
  • Wandering and/or leaving the facility
  • Weight Loss
  • Wrongful Death

However, every claim for nursing home abuse or negligence does have a deadline, known as the statue of limitations. This requires that any lawsuit be filed by a certain date, so you cannot delay.

There are Federal laws protecting your loved ones nursing home rights and we can help you understand how they apply to you. Call us.

Call us at 303.377.1779 Monday through Saturday or e-mail 7 days a week and we`ll answer your e-mails even on the weekend.

Other types of motor vehicle accidents he handles include truck, motorcycle, bus vehicles, and uninsured motorists. He takes all cases that have merit,
regardless of size.He offer free consultation and his fees are based on a contingent or percentage basis.

As a highly experienced Denver personal injury attorney, S. Bryan Moore & Associates has also represented cases in the following area
  • Drunk driving injury accidents
  • Product liability
  • Wrongful death

Call us at 303.377.1779 Monday through Saturday
OR
e-mail 7 days a week and we’ll answer your e-mails even on the weekend.