Do you suspect that the death of a loved one was caused by nursing home abuse or neglect?
Suspicious nursing home deaths occur and you shouldn’t feel guilty about wanting to obtain answers. When a loved one dies it is natural to have questions. This is especially true when they died unexpectedly.
Naturally, you may want to know:
- What happened?
- Was it preventable?
- Is something being covered up?
- Did my loved one needlessly suffer?
You deserve answers to these questions.
I know it may be difficult to ask these questions. I know you may have formed a relationship with the people that cared for your loved one. You may have seen them on a regular basis and believe they would never do anything to hurt your family member.
It may also be difficult to reach out to an attorney because you wonder whether the attorney will pressure you into something you don’t want to pursue. You don’t want to be perceived as a person that unnecessarily threatens people with legal action.
If you are in this situation, I understand.
I have represented and consulted with clients that have lost loved ones.
If you are in this situation, do not hesitate to contact my office. I will never pressure you to do anything you don’t want to or reveal anything you tell me to anyone else.
I provide free consultations on all nursing home cases and if you decide to move forward, I handle almost all nursing home cases on a contingency fee basis.
I can help you get the answers to the questions you may have and potentially prevent another person from suffering the same harm.