courtroomSadly, when people age, they become more vulnerable to abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Some older people opt to move into nursing homes or long-term care facilities to ensure that they are well cared for, and will be protected from the effects of their deteriorating physical and/or mental conditions. In these settings, however, older people are sometimes actually physically and/or psychologically harmed by the negligent or intentional acts of their caregivers.

If your loved one is a patient who has been harmed or abused in a nursing home, contact an experienced and compassionate nursing home attorney to learn about your legal options.

Many people in the U.S. discount the feelings and rights of the elderly because they associate aging with physiological, psychological, and social disability; however, this attitude is unwarranted and unfair. Senior citizens should be allowed to live out their lives free from pain, suffering, and distress caused by the negligence or abuse of others. One could argue they have an even stronger right to live in peace and comfort then any other segment of society, given the contributions they have generally made to society over their many years.

California law has a special set of laws to protect our elderly. If you or a loved one has been the subject of elder abuse or nursing home negligence, please contact the Injury Law Office of Michael Feldman immediately so to get the compensation that you or a loved one deserves and to send a message that such conduct will not be tolerated ever again.

Call toll free 877-978-4878 or send your email to lawyer@InjuryLawNow.com

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