Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers in Jackson
Relentlessly Fighting on Behalf of Your Elderly Loved One
Nursing home injuries are so common that many people in the healthcare field consider these injuries an inevitability, rather than a preventable occurrence that can be avoided with proper precautions. At Williams Newman Williams, we fight aggressively on behalf of elderly patients who suffered abuse at the hands of nursing home employees.
We can identify the signs of nursing home abuse and help you pursue the maximum compensation your loved one needs.
Nursing Home Case Involving Misplacement of Feeding Tube Into Resident’s Lung Resulting in Infection and Death
Nursing Home Case Where Facility Allowed Resident to Bleed to Death Following Dental Extractions
Nursing Home Case Involving a Resident Who Fell From Her Walker Resulting in Subdural Hematoma
Nursing Home Case Involving Fall with Brain Injury and Death
Arbitration Award in Nursing Home Case Involving Resident Elopement and Fall Resulting in Fractured Leg
Nursing Home Case Involving Misplacement of a Feeding Tube Into Resident’s Abdominal Cavity Resulting in Infection and Death
Recovered in Nursing Home Case Involving a Fall Resulting in Neck Fracture
Arbitration Award in Nursing Home Case Involving Pressure Sore
Nursing Home Case Involving a Fall Resulting in Hip Fracture
Nursing Home Case Involving Pressure Sores and Wound Infection
Common signs of nursing home abuse include:
- Unusual weight loss, poor hygiene, or bedsores, which may be signs of neglect
- A sudden onset of depression, unusual change in mood, or withdrawing from normal activities
- Broken bones, pressure injuries, unexplained bruises, difficulty walking, or other injuries
We Take Nursing Home Abuse Seriously
Our law firm takes our clients’ health seriously, and if you retain our lawyers, we will seek both justice and compensation for your loved one’s injuries. Doing so will send an important message to nursing homes while providing you with the money you need to find better healthcare. We have successfully recovered millions of dollars for our clients over the years, and we can help you, too.
Call (601) 228-6722 for a Free Consultation
Our attorneys offer a free, initial consultation to each prospective client. We are paid on a contingency basis, which means you will owe us no money unless we collect for you. For more information, contact us online or by calling (601) 228-6722. You can rely on our nursing home abuse lawyers in Jackson to provide you with the strong representation you are owed.
Call our nursing home abuse lawyers in Jackson today at (601) 228-6722 or contact us onlineto schedule your free consultation.