Quality Legal Representation to Protect Your Family Members
When you entrust your loved ones to a nursing home, you trust that they will be well-cared for. However, if the staff is careless, your loved one could be injured. If you or a member of your family has been hurt due to nursing home abuse or negligence, contact the Hoffman Legal Group, LLC, as soon as possible.
We can help to make sure your loved one is protected and can file a claim that will hold the facility accountable for the actions of its employees. We aim to always provide effective and efficient representation. This approach has led to our attorneys being selected for inclusion in Ohio Super Lawyers in 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2011, and being AV Preeminent peer review-rated* through Martindale-Hubbell, which is the highest rating given. Schedule a free initial consultation to see how we can use all of our experience to help protect your loved one. Call toll free at 866-955-3555, or contact us online.
Types of Abuse and Negligence
Our Ohio attorneys handling nursing home abuse cases are trained to identify circumstances where abuse or negligence is present. Some of the telltale signs of these situations include:
- Bed sores (decubitus or pressure ulcers)
- Injuries occurring during transfers from assisted living, rehabilitation centers, hospitals or homes
- Nursing homes being understaffed
Our decades of legal practice have allowed us to become powerful trial advocates, and we have obtained many successful results through our representation of more than 5,000 clients in Ohio. Let us put that experience to work for you and your loved ones, and make sure that the person responsible is held accountable for nursing home abuse.
Contact Our Ohio Attorneys Handling Nursing Home Neglect Cases
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