Nursing Home Abuse & Negligence
Nursing home abuse is not uncommon. Families turn to nursing homes to give their elders the care and attention they need, but one congressional report estimated that 1,600 U.S. nursing homes - nearly one-third - have been cited for abuse. Nursing home patients are vulnerable to abuse. Nursing home neglect and abuse comes in many forms.
If you believe a loved one is being abused or neglected while in a nursing home, contact attorney Randall Robbins. Randall Robbins is a former Deputy Attorney General of the Delaware Department of Justice. Randall Robbins has been representing victims for over twenty years.
In the event of serious personal injury or wrongful death due to nursing home negligence or abuse, we will seek fair and just compensation for your family's loss and suffering.
Arrange a free initial consultation today. Contact our Wilmington law office by phone, fax or e-mail.
Nursing Home Abuse Personal Injury Handled Personally
Warning signs and symptoms of possible nursing home negligence or abuse may include:
- Bedsores or pressure sores
- Frequent falls from a bed, or down steps or stairs
- Medication issues
- Resident's reluctance to report caregiver offenses
- Unexplained bruises, abrasions or infections
- Unsanitary conditions
- Weight loss
Family members should question the resident and carefully monitor conditions in the nursing home. If your suspicions of abuse and neglect are confirmed, you should notify dedicated personal injury lawyer Randall E. Robbins immediately.
“No Fee Unless You Recover”
The law office of Randall E. Robbins accepts nursing home negligence and abuse cases on a contingency basis.
Contact us with your concerns, issues and questions. We receive no legal fees until you have received compensation for your injuries, and we will meet with you anywhere in the state of Delaware to speak to you.