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Naples Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

Caring for Your Parents or Other Elderly Relatives

If you have a parent, grandparent or other elderly loved one in a nursing home or other care facility for the elderly, make sure you are staying alert for some of the signs of possible abuse:

  • Bedsores/decubitus ulcers
  • Broken bones and fractures
  • Malnutrition and sudden weight loss
  • Depression
  • Falls
  • Confusion or incoherence

If you see one of these signs, it does not automatically mean that abuse or neglect is taking place. An exception is bedsores, which should never happen if proper care is taken to move an immobile patient at regular intervals. The important thing is that if you recognize some signs and have concerns that abuse is taking place, contact an attorney as soon as possible.

Our Naples nursing home abuse attorneys have a wealth of experience handling nursing home abuse cases on behalf of elderly patients and their families. Zelman & Hanlon, P.A., will represent you with a deep commitment to getting the best outcome possible while maintaining the highest ethical standards in everything we do as lawyers.

Types of Health Care Facilities

There are a variety of different types of care-facility resources for elderly patients who need assistance. None of them are immune from the possibility of abuse of an elderly patient. We represent clients in many different facilities:

  • Independent living
  • Assisted living
  • Nursing homes
  • Adult congregate living facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Private residences with in-home care providers

As a Naples, Florida, law firm, we are familiar with the local health care facilities, and we can provide you with quality legal care.

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We understand how difficult it can be to suspect your parents or another elderly loved one has been abused. If you suspect abuse, do not wait. Contact us for a free consultation with one of our Naples nursing home abuse attorneys to discuss the best way to proceed.

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