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Orange County Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

We Can Help You Take a Stand Against Elder Abuse

If you or a loved one has been abused or neglected while under the care of a nursing home or assisted living facility, you should not hesitate to reach out to the Orange County personal injury lawyers at Cohn & Swartzon, P.C. Nursing home abuse and neglect are especially contemptible crimes because of the sheer vulnerability of the residents they are charged with the responsibility of caring for.

Elderly men and women that are subject to this type of behavior are sometimes not even aware that it is happening, which is a common reason it goes on in the first place. Fortunately, you have rights. With the help of an Orange County injury attorney, you can fight for the justice and fair compensation that you and your family deserve. Unsure about whether or not you have a valid claim?

Nursing home abuse and neglect can take place in many different forms:

Recognizing the Warning Signs of Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect

Unfortunately, some signs of nursing home abuse and/or neglect are easier to detect than others. For example, unexplained bruises, broken bones or lacerations may be a clear indication that physical abuse has taken place. When it comes to emotional abuse or medical neglect, however, the signs may not be as apparent.

For this reason, it is important that you do not ignore things like sudden changes in behavior, rapid weight loss or signs of dehydration. Any of these factors could be an indication that your elderly loved one is not receiving the level of care that they need and deserve.

Filing a Lawsuit for Nursing Home Abuse

In a situation of elder abuse or neglect, the family's primary concern is to ensure the safety of their loved ones. At Cohn & Swartzon, P.C., we help our clients take the next step to securing their loved one's future after these tragic circumstances. This often includes filing a lawsuit against the negligent facility or caretaker. This is a vital step for two reasons: it provides an opportunity to secure financial compensation for the injuries and damages that the victim sustained, and it provides an opportunity to hold the negligent party accountable for their actions.

Our personal injury team knows that taking legal action is more than simply punishing the negligent party—it is about seeking justice and a fair resolution after facing unfortunate circumstances. If you or someone you love is suffering from elder abuse or neglect in the Orange County area, filing a successful lawsuit may not only provide the security that you and your family needs, but also prevent future harm from coming to others at the hands of the negligent party.

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At Cohn & Swartzon, P.C., our legal team is extremely proficient in personal injury cases of nursing home abuse and neglect, and has a proven ability to produce highly favorable results for victims and their families. We know how to properly investigate these crimes, so even if you suspect that there is some type of abuse or neglect happening, but are unsure, consult a lawyer about your apprehension. Chances are that you may have a case and your legal representative can protect your rights and fight to help make sure that no further suffering can be inflicted by the responsible party in the future.

Contact our firm now to learn how we can help you with your case.

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