Neglect & Abuse
When Nursing Homes Fail To Provide Safety And Care
The growing problem of elder abuse in nursing homes and other care facilities occasionally receives media attention. Its overall seriousness is hard to gauge, however, because vulnerable older people often cannot communicate to others that they are being neglected or abused by staff.
If you have observed strong evidence that an elderly loved one has suffered from improper care, including if they have died under suspicious circumstances, we want to know about it. At Bencoe & LaCour Law, PC, our entire Albuquerque-based practice focuses on exposing negligence and recovering compensation for the injured and grieving. We will understand the sadness and outrage you may be feeling.
Has Your Elderly Loved One Been Seriously Injured Or Died Inexplicably?
- Failure to reposition bedridden patients as needed to prevent potentially life-threatening bedsores – a condition also commonly related to malnutrition and dehydration
- Inadequate supervision that enables serious falls by residents known to be susceptible to falling
- Failure to seek timely, qualified medical attention for a resident who becomes ill or has a worsening condition
We Take On Negligent Institutions
Our legal team is selective in the nursing home neglect and elder abuse cases we pursue. If we believe you have a valid, serious claim, our approach will be to start building the case for a potential trial from the outset. To request a free consultation with one of our lawyers and for personal attention to your concerns, please call 505-633-8949 or email us.
Disclaimer: The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.