If your parent or loved one has been harmed, injured or abused while in an assisted living center or nursing home, you should contact a nursing home abuse attorney in St. Louis immediately. Elderly people deserve the exact same respect and rights as others, and when those rights are denied, it is necessary to seek legal action. If you have already gone through the process of reporting abuse and you are unsatisfied with the results of your complaint, an experienced lawyer from our firm can help you take the next step.
Our Elder Abuse practice areas:
- Financial Abuse
- Sexual Abuse
- Physical Abuse
- Signs of Abuse & Neglect
- Medical Negligence
If the life enjoyment of your mother, your father, your relative or your loved one has been diminished in any way due to neglect, carelessness, cruelty, lack of knowledge or any other circumstance, you and your family member or loved one have legal rights to receive compensation for the suffering imposed upon you. It is a sorrowful truth that elder abuse is altogether too common. Sometimes abuse goes unnoticed or unreported for long periods of time – in cases like these, it is vital to have the support and legal knowledge of a qualified St. Louis elder abuse attorney to guide you through the legal process and help ensure that you and your loved one are compensated for the damage caused.
If you suspect abuse because you have noticed injuries (such as bruises, scrapes, contusions, etc), changes in personality, changes in appearance for the worse or simply a bad attitude toward your loved one by a caregiver, you need to contact an attorney immediately. A nursing home abuse lawyer from our firm will be able to help you with the extensive legal knowledge and familiarity with adult protective services that will help to build your case with the ultimate goal of complete compensation for all injuries, physical as well as mental, that were inflicted. Attorney Zane Cagle has the greatest concern for the danger elderly victims are placed in when they are mistreated. He will be able to answer any questions that you might have during the course of your case. You will always be able to get in touch with the attorney handling your case – your concerns are extremely important.
Contact a St. Louis nursing home abuse lawyer today!