Kansas City Nursing Home Abuse Attorney
Kansas City Nursing Home Abuse and Negligence Personal Injury Lawyers
The transition a family goes through when deciding to place an elderly loved one in a nursing home facility is often difficult and agonizing. Unfortunately, as it turns out, many of them do not offer safe, caring environments. If you discover your loved one has been mistreated and has suffered an injury, you should consult with an attorney to explore how to protect your family members and hold the nursing home responsible for their actions.
At Goza & Honnold, nursing home abuse and neglect cases receive our lawyers’ focused and compassionate attention. If you suspect a family member has been a victim of nursing home abuse or neglect, contact our office and schedule a free consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys today.
We handle nursing home abuse and elder neglect cases involving:
- Failure to provide adequate wound care resulting in infection
- Ulcers and bed sores
- Slip and falls resulting in extensive bruising, fractures, broken hips, knees, head trauma
- Malnutrition and dehydration
- Inadequate staffing and supervision leading to wandering, subsequent injuries
- Sexual abuse, physical abuse by staff or fellow residents
- Medical malpractice including medication errors
Our lawyers understand that this can be a traumatic time for a family and we will be by your side throughout the entire legal process. We will seek maximum compensation for your loved one’s injuries by proving that the nursing home staff breached their duty of care. We are here to help you achieve justice and help your loved one reclaim their dignity.
Our Attorneys Have Earned the Highest AV* Rating by Our Peers
Contact our offices to schedule a free consultation about to speak with us about your nursing home abuse or negligence claim. Our lawyers are here to compassionately listen to your story and then explain what your legal options to recovery may be.
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