Nursing Home Negligence Attorney

Negligence : the failure to exercise that degree of care that, in the circumstances, the law requires for the protection of other persons or those interests of other persons that may be injuriously affected by the want of such care.

Society’s job is to protect our senior population. Sadly, there are people who prey on the elderly because they have no one to protect them.

Nursing home abuse can come in many forms. Physical abuse such as punching, slapping or biting is common. Sexual and emotional abuse can be harder to spot. Other signs of abuse can be bedsores and malnutrition.

Your loved one may be the victim of such abuse. You need someone on your side that knows the law and can ensure that the verdict comes back in your favor.

Our staff is trained on recognizing signs of Nursing Home Negligence. If you are unsure whether your loved one is being abused, we can help. When you speak to a Lee Law Group employee, you will feel better knowing that you are being given advice by experienced Elder Law attorneys who will be next to you throughout the entire process.

In court we tirelessly advocate for you and your loved one. We will not stop until we recover any and all damages. Our clients and their loved ones can assure you that our knowledge and passion will benefit your case.

Do not let your family spend another day being preyed upon, call Lee Law Group today for prompt legal action before it is too late.

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P.O. Box 2035
La Mesa, CA 91943

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