Elder Abuse Attorneys

Elder Abuse Attorneys

Elder Abuse Lawsuit

Elder Abuse Lawsuit

Unfortunately, your loved ones can’t take care of themselves forever, and there will come a time when they’ll need the support of professional care. Above all, you want your family member to be cared for, and to find they were abused by the hand that’s supposed to protect them is something no one should have to experience. 

Elder abuse is a crime, and our experienced attorneys are eager to help you hold the at-fault party accountable for their actions. Not only can we recover compensation to support you throughout your situation, but we can deter future criminals from attempting the same kind of malicious behavior. If a nursing home or other elder care organization has abused your loved one, Morgan & Morgan is here to hold them accountable.

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What is Considered Elder Abuse? 

Elder abuse can take on a variety of forms and occur in a number of settings. Sadly, a large percentage of abuse is perpetrated by those entrusted with our elders’ care - caregivers and family members - making their occurrence all the more tragic. 

Nursing Homes:

More than 25% of nursing home residents report some form of abuse, be it physical, emotional, sexual, or neglect. Nursing homes look to cut corners and are typically understaffed and undertrained, leading to negligence in the care of our elderly.


Assisted Living Facilities:

Anyone who has access to your resident can potentially abuse them, making assisted living facilities especially prone to abusive behavior. The abusers in these situations are typically staff members, other residents, and family members. 

In-Home Care:

In-home caretakers have access to many aspects of your loved one’s life. If the organization responsible for the caretaker acted negligently in their hiring process, it can place a potentially abusive individual in your family member’s home.

Financial Exploitation:

The elderly are particularly vulnerable to financial exploitation. They often have others appointed as stewards of their assets, leading to financial vulnerability. Tragically, the biggest exploiters are the people closest to the victims: family members and friends.
 

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