We Help The Victims Of Falls In Nursing Homes
Fractures and broken bones occur frequently in nursing homes. Some residents have a habit of falling out of bed or slipping out of their chairs. Other injuries happen when nursing home residents wander off without supervision and hurt themselves.
If your loved one suffered injuries that indicate he or she fell such as bruises, abrasions, broken bones or a concussion, you should question your loved one about them. You should also demand answers from nursing home staff regarding those injuries.
You may also have cause to initiate legal action against the nursing home. For a free consultation with an attorney about a possible lawsuit, call T.J. Smith, Attorney at Law, at 502-677-1429.
Seeking Full Compensation And Justice
At the law firm of T.J. Smith, Attorney at Law, we provide aggressive, results-oriented representation in cases involving nursing home injuries caused by falls and other acts of negligence. Our attorney, T.J. Smith, has more than 30 years of experience fighting on behalf of accident victims and has recovered more than $200 million for our clients. If your loved one was harmed as the result of negligence in a nursing home or assisted living facility, T.J. will make them pay.
Improper Supervision Of Residents Can Lead To Tragedy
The nursing home industry has a term for residents who wander in the facility or off the grounds. They call it “elopement,” but this phenomenon is hardly romantic. It presents a serious, life-threatening danger for nursing home residents, a danger that is magnified by the fact that the bones of the elderly are brittle, and a broken hip or pelvis is often a prelude to death.
Nursing home personnel and management have a legal, ethical and moral duty to supervise at-risk nursing home residents and take reasonable measures to prevent those residents from suffering harm. T.J. Smith, Attorney at Law, will conduct a thorough investigation of your case and hold the negligent parties responsible for their actions. We will seek full compensation and justice for your loved one.