Nursing Home Neglect Attorney Greater Rancho Cucamonga, CA 

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Considered as a form of medical malpractice, instances of nursing home neglect include many factors

Many families elect to enter their elderly parents or relatives into nursing homes. These locations are usually carefully selected for the quality of service, and families are provided peace of mind as they fully expect that their loved ones will be properly cared for and their needs will be attended to in these nursing homes. While this is usually the case, there are still instances wherein the elderly are abused or neglected in facilities that were supposed to provide them professional care and guidance, causing much grief and suffering to the elderly patients themselves as well as their families.

Considered as a form of medical malpractice, instances of nursing home neglect include factors such as:

  • The failure to provide basic needs such as food, water, and a clean environment.
  • Medical neglect, which is the failure to provide the elderly’s medical needs, such as the administration of required medication and the treatment of physical ailments.
  • Neglect of hygiene, or the caregivers’ failure to maintain the elderly’s personal hygiene and physical health.
  • Emotional neglect, wherein elderly patients can be emotionally or verbally abused or even threatened, often resulting in depression or withdrawal for the patient.

In many cases of nursing home neglect, the patients themselves are unable to inform their families of the neglect or abuse, or are unwilling to do so out of fear or embarrassment. If you suspect that your elderly relative is suffering from nursing home neglect, it is important to move them to another facility and contact a medical malpractice lawyer as soon as possible.

Our team of experienced lawyers at Blomberg, Benson & Garrett, Inc. has been successfully representing victims of neglect in California for many years, and we understand that the health of your loved ones is always of utmost importance. We are therefore dedicated to aggressively pursuing litigation against caretakers or institutions that commit nursing home neglect.

To know more about your rights, contact us at 909-453-4370 to set up an appointment for a free consultation with our medical malpractice lawyers. You may choose to use our contact form. Take note that we also do not charge any attorney’s fees until your case has been concluded successfully.