Nursing homes, hospice care facilities, and other assisted living facilities have a responsibility to care for residents. When they violate that duty and a patient contracts serious bed sores or complications from bed sores, you can turn to a nursing home abuse attorney at Pierce, Sloan, Wilson, Kennedy & Early, LLC for advocacy. Our firm is prepared to help you.
We can help you and your family hold the facility responsible for the medical harm they have caused by poor care. Our Charleston nursing home neglect and abuse lawyers are prepared to work aggressively on your behalf and to prevent future harm to other residents. Contact us or call the firm at (843) 968-0886 to schedule a free initial consultation today.
When a patient is immobile for long periods of time, it is the responsibility of the caretaker to take precautions to bathe, clean, and otherwise care for the patient. Sadly, bed sores are a reality for already ill patients because of negligent care provided to the vulnerable adult. In most case, bed sores are entirely preventable.
We handle nursing home negligence and bed sore complications, such as:
The serious infection that stems from untreated and infected bed sores can create deadly complications for bed-ridden patients. When you have trusted someone to care for your loved one, and that trust is betrayed by a lack of care, you can turn to our firm for experienced guidance during this difficult time.
Legal action against nursing homes, hospice care, and assisted living facilities can prevent future harm to your loved one, as well as other elderly residents in the same facility. We can use public safety laws to further hold negligent nursing homes responsible for health and safety violations, including nursing home abuse.
Our attorneys at Pierce | Sloan have significant experience investigating nursing home neglect and mistreatment. Contact our law firm online or call (843) 968-0886 to schedule a free initial consultation at our Charleston office. If warranted, we can take immediate action to protect your loved one and your family.