When West Virginia families place their loved ones in the care of a nursing facility, it is with the expectation that their family members will be treated with the utmost care and concern. Unfortunately, nursing homes sometimes violate that trust, neglecting to properly care for residents or actually inflicting physical harm. If your loved one was subjected to nursing home malpractice, we can help you.
It is important to seek assistance if your loved one begins to show signs of possible abuse or neglect. These warning signs include depression, bruises, falls, mysterious injuries and more. You should also be aware of possible neglect if your loved one has fallen, wandered off from the facility or has been diagnosed with malnutrition or dehydration.
Through a careful evaluation of your case, we can determine if you have grounds to take legal action against the facility. It is difficult to know exactly what happened to your loved one, especially when you are not present, but it is extremely beneficial to have an experienced legal team by your side. We understand nursing home regulations and laws, and we will use our knowledge and years of experience to protect the rights of your loved one.
Nursing home malpractice in West Virginia facilities is tragic and unacceptable. If you have evidence that your loved one was abused or neglected or you believe that you may have a case against the care providers, contact us to schedule a complete case evaluation. With our help, your family can seek the closure and recovery that you deserve.