Nursing home abuse and neglect is heinous conduct, by anyone’s standards. No elderly person deserves such treatment and every precaution should be taken to prevent such treatment from being endured. We are Massachusetts personal injury attorneys with years of experience litigating nursing home abuse lawsuits. Over many years, we have fought tirelessly for the victims of elder abuse and their families. Let us offer our expert legal skills and vast knowledge so that you and your family may be made whole again. Please call our Boston office, 24/7, at 617-787-3700 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for your no-cost legal consultation.
Our mothers and fathers spend the majority of their adult lives raising us as children and taking care of us. Our parents influence us and help make us into the people we are today. When they reach a heightened age, they may no longer be able to care for themselves. In many instances, a nursing home may offer the best possible scenario for caring for your mother or father. They are designed to provide constant supervision and compassionate care. Unfortunately, that standard is not met in every nursing home in America. Sometimes, in fact, there is a severe breach of trust and a breach of the duty of care.
Just recently, two certified nursing home assistants in Tampa Bay, Florida were arrested and charged with battery of an elderly person. Yashika Jones and Rose Blaise were working for a nursing home, and were responsible for the care of a 76-year-old Alzheimer’s patient named Dale Wilson. Mr. Wilson’s son, whose name is also Dale, came to visit him on several occasions and noticed bruising on his arms and legs. He also communicated, non-verbally, that the nursing home staff were being too rough with him. In an effort to uncover the truth, Mr. Wilson’s son left a hidden video camera in the nursing home. What the camera recorded was nothing short of shocking.
Specifically, the video camera captured footage of Jones and Blaise punching and kicking Mr. Wilson while he laid in bed. Mr. Wilson’s son, horrified by what he saw, immediately called the police who arrested both staff members and charged them with assault and battery of an elderly person.
If your loved one lives in a nursing home or assisted living facility, and you believe that they are suffering from the wrongs inflicted by neglectful or abusive caregivers, you must act quickly! Not only is there a statute of limitations which limits the time in which you can file a lawsuit, but more importantly, your loved one’s life may depend on you taking prompt remedial action. Call 617-787-3700, 24/7, or email email@example.com for your private and free legal consultation. We don’t get paid a cent until you do! Your needs are our top priority!