It is sad that people live long and decent lives and then, when they can no longer care for themselves, they are abused or neglected in the very places whose role is to look after and protect them.
But it happens, and it will happen more frequently as the baby boomer generation ages and enters Georgia nursing homes and assisted living facilities. The problem is that many places put profit above patient care. Giant corporate nursing homes are being built right now to warehouse our loved ones. The huge investments involved are going not to patient care or staff training but to construction and advertising.
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These are the kinds of abuse that are occurring now, and that can be expected to occur in the near future with even greater frequency:
- Letting wounds become infected
- Not tending to bedsores
- Not getting fed
- Dehydration and malnutrition
- Not getting necessary meds
- Ignoring doctor recommendations
- Ignoring Do Not Resuscitate instructions
- Allowing patients to wander and harm themselves
- Not preventing theft of valuables
- Not preventing violence and emotional and sexual abuse
Springfield Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys Fighting For Atlanta-Area Seniors
Nursing home negligence and abuse is not directed solely at the elderly. It is a problem for anyone who is incapacitated and is placed in the care of others.
At Limbocker Law Firm, LLC, we place a special emphasis on protecting the rights and dignity of those who cannot protect themselves. We invite you to call and tell Brian Limbocker the situation with your loved one. If your case has merit, we will file a claim against the operators of the nursing home, or against the makers of the equipment, medicine or food that caused injury to your loved one.
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Nursing home negligence cases are not easy. Many nursing homes are run by out-of-state shell corporations that have no commitment to residents' health and well-being. Our law firm can help locate these owners. We analyze care records, physicians' notes and other pieces of evidence.