Fighting for Justice for the Victims of Nursing Home Abuse
When entrusting a nursing home with the care of a cherished loved one, you have the legitimate expectation that you can trust them to provide exceptional care and respect.
If your loved one has suffered serious injury or has died as a result of nursing home neglect or abuse, the experienced attorneys of St.Pe’ Law can help you hold accountable anyone who contributed through their negligence.
Negligent nursing homes need to be held responsible in every case of nursing home abuse or neglect. Prevent this from happening to another family. Contact us today for a free consultation with a lawyer.
The attorneys of St.Pe’ Law provide clients throughout Louisiana with skilled representation in nursing home abuse or neglect cases involving:
- Bed sores
- Malnutrition or dehydration
- Failure to provide proper medication in accordance with doctor’s orders
- Injuries from falls
- Residents wandering off
- Intentional harm
- Wrongful death
In Louisiana, the majority of nursing home neglect and abuse cases fall under the state’s medical malpractice laws. Medical malpractice cases are among the most difficult and complex and require a great deal of knowledge and experience to handle successfully.
We have the experience you need to pursue your rights in these matters. Our firm has handled more than 100 nursing home abuse cases, many of them before juries. We will use whatever legal tools are necessary, including litigation, to make sure those responsible are held accountable for their actions or negligence.
It is important to have an experienced attorney representing you in these cases. We have the experience and dedication necessary to fight for justice for your loved ones and prevent future harm to others.
Nursing homes that abuse or neglect their residents deserve to have the full force of the law brought against them. If your loved one has been a victim of nursing home abuse, contact us today to discuss your situation with an experienced attorney in a free consultation.