Texas Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

Is Your Elderly Loved One Suffering Neglect?

Advanced age or disability can require the daily care of a nursing or retirement home. These facilities are plentiful, and the quality of care among them can vary dramatically. Concerns over potential neglect and injury within nursing homes are frequently well founded and can lead to legitimate claims.

If your loved one has been in a nursing home, it can be bracing to discover that they have been neglected or even abuse by those entrusted with their care. At the Glen Larson Law, our Texas personal injury lawyer can help you navigate the legal waters around pursuing compensation and justice for your loved one.

Our clients always come first. Call us today at (512) 553-4994 to request your free consultation now.

We Fight for Those Who Can’t

Nursing home neglect and abuse can come in a variety of forms. Your loved one may have been physically, emotionally, or sexually abused. It may be difficult for them to speak up about what they have endured due to threats. It is important to know the subtle and clear signs of neglect when you see or speak with your loved one.

Indications of nursing home neglect can include:

  • Your loved one complaining about their treatment
  • Bruising or physical injuries with no explanation
  • Bed sores indicating lack of proper care
  • Hesitation to speak with you about their experience
  • Withdrawing from activity or communication
  • Changes in emotional mood
  • Signs of dehydration or refusal to eat food
  • Failure to thrive (insufficient weight gain or dangerous weight loss)

Getting justice for what your loved one has endured does not just mean working to obtain the compensation. The nurse practitioner or nursing home responsible can be stopped from preying on elderly victims again. Our Texas injury lawyer wants to help you find the justice you seek.

We're ready to help you take action. Contact us today to request a free case evaluation.

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