When you entrust your elderly or disabled loved one to a nursing home, you want to be confident they receive the attention, comfort, and care they deserve. When a nursing home breaks that trust, we are here to help. We understand that because you were not present to witness the abuse or neglect—and in many cases your loved one is unable to advocate for themselves—you’re feeling angry and powerless. We represent victims who have suffered preventable falls, improper medical care and nutrition, as well as cases of serious injury or death.
Your loved one’s legal rights
In Illinois, the Nursing Home Care Act protects nursing home residents from neglect or abuse. When a loved one in a nursing home suffers a fall, a bedsore, malnutrition, dehydration, unexplained fractures or bruises, or another injury, the facility may be held liable for its neglect. A nursing home abuse lawsuit can compensate you for medical bills as a result of an injury, future medical expenses, loss of a normal life, punitive damages, and the pain and suffering resulting from the abuse or neglect.
Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse
Physical abuse cases
Malnutrition or dehydration
Falls causing serious injury
Denial of proper medical care
Improper medication administration
Take the first step now
If you suspect your loved one has been abused or neglected in a nursing home, we can help. We’re passionate about representing victims of nursing home abuse and have recovered many millions of dollars for our clients. We work on a contingency-fee basis, so you will owe us nothing until we win your case.
Contact us to set up a free consultation as soon as possible—timing matters in nursing home cases. We are available 24/7.
We will meet you face-to-face wherever is most convenient for you.
We will fully investigate the facts to uncover what happened, determine the responsible parties, and get you the answers you deserve.
We will aggressively prosecute your claim for money damages.
We will walk with you through every step, keeping you informed as we advocate for your loved one.