Alabama Nursing Home Abuse Attorney
Protecting the Well-Being of our Clients Since 1958
Families place a high level of trust in the nursing homes and long-term care facilities they select for their elderly loved ones who are no longer able to live independently. They trust their loved ones will be well looked after and will receive a high-level of care. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
If you suspect that your loved one is a victim of elder abuse, don’t hesitate to get legal help. Cunningham Bounds has been fighting for our clients since 1958 and can devote extensive resources and skilled attorneys to work your case. Over the years, our firm has become known as one of the top personal injury firms in Alabama, winning billions on behalf of our clients.
We can help! To learn more about your legal options, call (251) 299-0101.
Signs of Nursing Home Abuse
Nursing home malpractice and elder abuse occurs frequently. It can take many different forms, ranging from caregivers who fail to follow doctors’ orders, to physical or sexual abuse, to facilities failing to provide adequate security.
Signs of abuse often include the following:
- Atypical anxiety or withdrawal
- Significant weight loss
- Extreme hunger
- Unexplained bruises or sprains
- Injuries to the genitals
- Uncharacteristic financial transactions
- Broken glasses
- Unhygienic appearance or living situation
If you notice these signs, it is important to get someone on your side who can thoroughly investigate the situation and hold any negligent parties responsible for their actions.
Speak with a Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer in Alabama Today!
Malpractice and elder abuse in a nursing home setting can be challenging to prove. Injuries can be masked as pressure sores or falls. To make the matter more complicated, the victim may not be in a position to speak for himself or herself. For these reasons, it is extremely important that you work with a lawyer who is experienced in cases involving nursing home malpractice and abuse.
Contact Cunningham Bounds Our dedicated nursing home abuse attorney can discuss your legal options.