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New Jersey Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer - Abuse can come in many different forms - all of which can traumatize, injure and/or kill victims, particularly elderly persons who are already dealing with failing health. From physical and emotional abuse to sexual and financial abuse, the effects are devastating, and victims have the right to prosecute their offenders in both criminal and civil court.
If you or a loved one has endured any form of nursing home abuse in New Jersey, you are encouraged to attend a free, non-obligatory consult with a seasoned personal injury attorney at the Horn Law Firm, P.C. We are committed to conducting intense, detailed investigations in order to figure out what happened and why. Even if you merely suspect that abuse has occurred, we are here to see if your suspicions are valid. If we find negligence or abuse of any kind, we will fight aggressively and tirelessly to make sure the responsible persons are held accountable.
Examples of Nursing Home Abuse
Nursing home abuse can come in a variety of forms so it is important that families are aware of the signs so they know when to seek the help that may save their elderly relative's life. Specific examples of nursing home abuse include:
- Failure to diagnose and treat worsening health problems
- Improper administration of medications
- Inattentiveness, neglect, isolation from others in the home
- Sexual or physical assault
- Verbal abuse, harassment
Sometimes the signs are obvious, and other times it may be hard to tell. If you suspect any change in behavior form your loved one, even if there is not physical evidence, contact us for help. We provide private consultations and will discuss all of your concerns with no obligation of hiring a lawyer. Don't wait. Call toll free (866) 913-2217.
Horn Law, P.C.
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Jersey City, NJ 07308
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