Louisville Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

We take pride in the professional, friendly service we provide to every client. We may work quickly and aggressively – but we always take the time to talk with our clients about their case.

To learn more about how we can help you, contact us today. Call or submit our online form. We offer free consultations with no obligations.

Speak with an experienced attorney to handle your nursing home abuse case effectively: 502-387-3321

Standing up for Victims of Nursing Home Abuse

When your loved one is placed in a nursing home, it is a challenging and emotional experience for everyone involved.  When we place a loved one in a nursing home, we expect they will be treated well and provided proper care from the nursing home staff.  However, it is becoming more common for nursing homes to fail to appropriately treat their patients.  Many nursing homes are overcrowded and understaffed resulting in neglect, or their employees may simply be under-trained or even abuse their patients.   When a person is neglected or abused by nursing home staff, loved ones may be subjected to the following:
    • Bedsores & open wounds
    • Malnutrition & dehydration
    • Falls
    • Infections
    • Assult
    • Errors in medication
If you or your loved one suspect neglect or abuse from a nursing home, you may be eligible for compensation. Contact an experienced attorney in this area to ensure that your loved one is protected and that this neglect or abuse will not happen to anyone again at the respective nursing home. In order to prevail on a nursing home negligence case, you must prove that the nursing home breached the standard of care in treating their resident, and that the breach of the standard of care of the nursing home staff was the cause of the resident’s injury. Contact Zach Berry Injury Law for a free consultation: 502-387-3321.

Nursing Home Abuse FAQ

The most common signs of emotional abuse are:

  • Depression & anxiety
  • Withdrawal from people and activities
  • Reluctance to speak or make eye contact
  • Attempts by the nursing home to prevent residents from phone calls or visits
  • Changes in eating or sleeping that are unrelated to health conditions
To file a lawsuit against a nursing home you will have to prove: duty of care, negligence, causation, and damages. If you think your loved one has suffered injuries from nursing home abuse call Zach Berry at 502-387-3321 for a free consultation.

Depending on the case, it can take several weeks to several years for nursing home victims to receive fair justice and compensation.