Placing a loved one in a nursing home or care facility is never an easy decision to make. Besides wishing they will enjoy their golden years, you worry if they will receive kind and respectful care. Unfortunately, nursing homes often fail to furnish their patients with the most basic of services. The National Center on Elder Abuse has proclaimed that more than 30% of American nursing home facilities engage in mistreatment of some kind. In 2011 alone, there were no fewer than 20,500 reported cases of abuse—a number which accounted for perhaps as little as 20 percent of total cases nationwide.
If you believe that a nursing home in Glendale, Arizona, has mistreated you or someone you love, Goldberg & Osborne wants to help. For more than two decades, our experienced lawyers have protected the rights of nursing home neglect and abuse victims. Nobody should be physically harmed, mentally abused, or financially exploited. We know you and your loved ones deserve better. We aggressively seek compensation on your behalf, holding those who have caused you physical and psychological harm legally liable for their actions.
What constitutes nursing home neglect and abuse?
Nursing home neglect and abuse can include:
- Emotional abuse
- Physical abuse
- Sexual abuse
- Failure to provide adequate nutrition
- Failure to provide adequate medical care
- Failure to provide adequate safety
- Failure to provide adequate shelter
- Unreasonable and excessively harsh punishments.
If you believe that you or someone you love has endured any one of the injustices listed above in Glendale, Arizona, Goldberg & Osborne will aggressively seek damages for the suffering you have needlessly endured. Since 1989, we have helped more than 60,000 clients over $2 billion in compensation. Our nursing home neglect and abuse attorneys know how to safeguard your legal rights. Goldberg & Osborne is here to support you and your loved ones during this difficult time in your life.
Nursing home neglect must stop . . . contact us now!
We encourage you to contact Goldberg & Osborne right away, so that we can obtain the compensation you are entitled to by law. Our dedicated nursing home neglect and abuse professionals have to start examining your claim immediately. Any delay may severely compromise your case.
We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just dial 1-800-843-3245 or fill out our brief online case form for a no cost, no obligation assessment of your case. Please do not delay in letting your worries become known. Let us help you by contacting us today.