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Nursing Home Negligence

WATERBURY | SOUTHBURY NURSING HOME NEGLIGENCE ATTORNEY

Tinley, Renehan & Dost thrives on recovering financial compensation for individuals or loved ones that have suffered from a wide range of injuries or accidents

Our lawyers will keep you informed throughout the process and help you secure the medical and financial help you need after an injury. We build powerful cases based on your preferred resolution so you can focus on recovering physically and emotionally.

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When we place loved ones in nursing homes, we trust that the nursing home and its staff members will attend to their needs and protect them from harm. All too often, however, residents of nursing homes are subjected to neglect and abuse, often resulting in serious injury and even wrongful death.

If someone close to you has suffered due to nursing home neglect, the attorneys at Tinley, Renehan & Dost, LLP, are here to help you explore your legal options. We are dedicated advocates for abused and neglected elders in the Waterbury area and throughout Connecticut.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 203-596-9030

to speak with an experienced Waterbury, Southbury nursing home negligence attorney.

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Dedicated, Award-Winning Personal Injury Attorneys

Nursing home negligence has many causes, but perhaps the most prevalent cause is understaffing. When nursing homes cut corners on staffing and training, there are simply too few staff members to provide adequate care to residents. This leads to nursing home injuries, many which involve:

  • Bedsores/decubitus ulcers
  • Restraint injuries
  • Falling accidents
  • Medication errors
  • Malnutrition/dehydration
  • Wandering off/elopement
  • Physical abuse

Building Cases to Pursue & Maximize Your Compensation

It is often difficult to notice warning signs of nursing home negligence, especially when the abused elder is unable to communicate. Warning signs include:

  • Rapid weight loss
  • Unexplained injuries such as bruises, scrapes or lacerations
  • Withdrawn behavior
  • Marks on wrists from physical restraints
  • If the caregiver does not allow you to see the resident alone

Coming Forward with Allegations

Coming forward with allegations of nursing home abuse not only protects your loved one, but can help to spare others from this same mistreatment. Our lawyers are passionate advocates for neglected elders and aggressively pursue justice and compensation for our clients.

Contact Our Southbury, CT, Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys

If your loved one has suffered due to nursing home neglect, our lawyers are here to help you explore your legal options. Contact us today online or by telephone at 203.596.9030 to speak with an experienced Waterbury nursing home negligence attorney.