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Nursing Home Negligence

Charlotte Nursing Home Negligence Attorney

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Placing a loved one into the care of a nursing home can be a tough decision for you and your family. After taking the time to find a suitable home, it can be devastating to discover that your loved one has been the victim of nursing home abuse or neglect. If you’re looking for a trustworthy and compassionate lawyer with experience in cases involving nursing home negligence, Benoit Law Firm, PLLC can help. Our Charlotte personal injury attorney Dexter Benoit has helped clients win nursing home neglect and abuse lawsuits for nearly two decades.

To work with an understanding and experienced nursing home negligence attorney in Charlotte, call us today at (877) 909-4088.

Your Rights as a Nursing Home Resident

When you trust a nursing home with the care of your loved one, there is a level of comfort and respect that you expect from that nursing home. It’s important to first know what rights you and your loved one have when trusting the services of a nursing home. At a minimum, Federal law specifies that nursing homes must provide for the following:

  • Respectful treatment

  • Participation in activities

  • A discrimination-free environment

  • An abuse-free environment

  • Proper medical care

  • Visitation from friends and family

  • Access to information about services and fees

What is Nursing Home Negligence?

Nursing home neglect and abuse is shockingly common. Statistics from the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA) suggest roughly 95% of nursing home residents have been neglected or witnessed neglect. These numbers may merely reflect a portion of the problem, as many cases of nursing home abuse and neglect go unreported each year.

It’s important to keep in regular contact with your loved ones in elder care, and to believe them if they suggest something is amiss at their facility. Such cases are usually the result of poor staffing, but outdated equipment and unsanitary or dilapidated facilities may also pose a risk.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) cites six types of mistreatment that can occur in elder care facilities. These are:

  • Physical abuse
  • Emotional abuse
  • Financial abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • Neglect
  • Abandonment

If you suspect a loved one has been the victim of any of the above, don’t hesitate to get legal help. Contact us today for your free initial consultation.

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