Texas Nursing Home
The law offices of Marian S. Rosen & Associates provide experienced, compassionate legal representation to individuals who have suffered abuse in a nursing home or other care facility for the elderly. In over 200 cases across the United States, Ms. Rosen and her legal team have successfully obtained compensation for the losses incurred in nursing home abuse cases.
A Troubling Offense
It extremely troubling to find out that your loved one has been neglected or abused in a nursing home, and the attorneys at Rosen & Associates have seen firsthand the heartache and trauma involved in these cases. The abuse may have been physical (such as unnecessary use of restraints, slapping, pushing), emotional, financial (misappropriating cash or property), sexual, or medical (e.g., inadequate treatment).
The perpetrator(s) of nursing home abuse may include staff (such as aides and nurses), physicians, janitors, administrators, and even other elderly residents. The oversight of the nursing home may be lax; at some locations, more than one resident has been abused.
Losses Due to Nursing Home Abuse
When an elderly individual has been abused, there may be losses such as medical bills, counseling costs, financial grievances, and unfortunately, sometimes funeral and burial costs. All of these losses may be eligible for financial compensation.
Contact the law office of Marian Rosen & Associates for compassionate, knowledgeable representation if your loved one has been abused in a nursing home or other care facility.
To help us evaluate your case more efficiently, please be sure to include the following:
- First and Last Name
- Phone number and best time to contact you
- Date of the incident
- Short description of what occurred
- What the resulting effects have been
If you are writing on behalf of someone else, please provide us with the name of the injured and your relationship to them. Thank you!
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