Has a loved one been injured in a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania nursing home? Was the accident that caused your injuries due to the careless or violent actions of another? Did your loved one end up with medical and health and other issues from the abuse, accident or negligence? Do you know that under current Pennsylvania personal injury statutes your loved one, and in some cases the nursing home residents family members, may be entitle to benefits and financial compensation for their injuries, medical bills, pain and suffering? You need the help of a tenacious Philadelphia nursing home injury lawyers.
Please contact our team of Philadelphia County nursing home injury lawyers for a free consultation. They charge no legal fees if they do not recover on your behalf. They dutifully serve all Pennsylvania counties including Philadelphia County, Allegheny County, Montgomery County, Bucks County, Delaware County, Lancaster County and Erie County.
Pennsylvania Nursing Home Injury Facts
No one is entirely sheltered from abuse or an accident while in a PA nursing home. That is because no one knows when an accident will or will not happen. The accidents bring about all types of personal injuries, ranging from light, minor injuries to life threatening.
Personal injuries, as far as federal and PA state nursing home law is concerned, refer to a physical, emotional or mental injury inflicted on a person. This is as opposed to damage that occurs to a property or a reputation. Our Philadelphia nursing home abuse attorneys help their clients get recovered for various personal injuries which include:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Assault and attacks by staff members and other residents
- Product liability
- Transportation accidents
- Brain injury
- Premises liability
- Injuries and accidents while socializing
- Medication errors
- Gross negligence on part of nursing home
- Surgical errors
- Failure to warn
- Nursing home abuse and nursing home melpractice
- Spinal cord injury
- Wrongful death
- Sexual abuse, sexual assault and sexually transmitted disease (STD) contraction
- Unnecessary restraint
- Mental abuse and injuries such as anxiety and depression
- Dementia patient abuse including cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer’s Disease
- Medical malpractice or medical negligence
Why Choose Our Dauphin County Injury Lawyers
We have garnered vast experience in representing clients who have been injured in one way or another over the past few years. We use utmost skill and resources to make sure that our customers are well represented in their cases. To begin, we usually offer a case review so as to determine the way forward in the case. And once we take over the case, we take care of all the costs that may be incurred during the whole process until the case is won. In the case that we do not win the case, you do not have to reimburse for those costs.
We have a unique combination of financial resources, legal expertise and client commitment that enables us to handle each client’s cause in an extremely effective manner to get only significant results. Our lawyers are highly qualified, and they are solely focused on representing the injured clients. They are accomplished, aggressive and respected by insurance companies, governmental agencies, corporate wrongdoers and their law firms because they always get results. The lawyers also guide their clients through the financial and legal challenges they may encounter on the way to recovery from their injuries.
Contact A Philadelphia Nursing Home Injury Attorney
If you need, or know anyone who might need, our legal services, do not hesitate to contact our team of Philadelphia, PA long term care facility injury lawyers for the best representation for a personal injury. Remember, you do not pay until we win.
The Philadelphia nursing home injury lawyers on our team are skilled Pennsylvania Trial Attorneys and they serve those injured throughout all of Pennsylvania including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Beaver, Butler, Warren, Meadville, Blue Bell, New Hope, King of Prussia, Plymouth Meeting, Manheim, Erie, Reading, Upper Darby, Scranton, Bethlehem, Lower Merion Township, Lancaster, Lebanon, Easton, Bensalem Township, Abington Township, Harrisburg, Altoona, York, State College, Wilkes-Barre, Norristown, Chester, Warminster and Williamsport.