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Nursing Home Injuries and Abuse

Nursing home abuse can be both by physical action and neglect. Because victims do not always verbally raise the abuse, it is important to be vigilant for the signs and symptoms. If you or your loved one has been the victim of nursing home abuse, call today to speak with a Massachusetts injury attorney.

Signs of Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

If you are concerned that your loved one is being abused, look for any unexplained bruising, especially on the arms or wrists. A victim may also display behavioral changes, such as unexplained sadness or bursts of anger or fear of being alone. Signs of neglect include excessive bed sores, soiled bedding, dry skin, excessive thirst, or consistently unsanitary living conditions.

What You Can Do

If you believe your loved one is the victim of nursing home abuse, ask your loved one directly if they are being abused. Understanding a victim may not be truthfull, be vigilent of unusual behavior or comments in his or her response. If your concerns persist, start by documenting behavioral changes as well as the staff's reaction to your concerns. If you believe there is abuse present, contact our office for a consultation. Our attorneys will meet with you and discuss your options in this matter, as well as advise you on steps you can take while our investigation is ongoing. We will investigate the allegations thoroughly to best ensure the safety of your loved one. If you are ready to speak with an attorney now, call us at (866) 995-6663.

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