Nursing Home Negligence
New Jersey Lawyers Protecting the Vulnerable in Nursing Home Negligence Cases
The decision to place an ailing loved one in a nursing home is never easy. Families invest significant time into selecting the facility that they feel can provide the best care for their elderly loved one. Trust is placed in the nursing home administration and staff.
At the Clark, New Jersey, law offices of Kessler, DiGiovanni & Jesuele, LLC, we represent families who have had this trust violated. If your elderly family member has suffered a serious injury at the hands of a long-term care facility, you have the right to pursue justice on their behalf.
With more than 90 years of combined courtroom experience, our attorneys have the knowledge and skill needed to prepare a strong and compelling nursing home negligence case. Let us help your loved one live out his or her life with dignity. Contact us to arrange a free consultation.
Representing the Rights of the Vulnerable
Even though nursing homes are highly regulated by the state, they are not immune to negligent practices and conduct. Our firm aggressively stands up for the rights of vulnerable adults in cases involving:
- Falls: improper transfers, inadequate training, negligent supervision
- Medication errors: missing doses, over-medication, poor record keeping, inadequate staff supervision, medical malpractice
- Nutritional Deficiencies: starvation resulting in severe weight loss or death, dehydration resulting in renal failure
- Bed sores: Decubitus ulcers developing from stage 1 to stage 4
- Abuse: physical abuse, sexual abuse
Contact Kessler, DiGiovanni & Jesuele, LLC to Discuss Your Nursing Home Negligence Case
If you suspect your loved one has been subjected to any form of nursing home neglect or abuse, do not hesitate to take action. Negligence in this type of setting is simply unacceptable and must be stopped before it is too late. Contact us to discuss your potential nursing home negligence case. All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will not be charged attorney fees unless we are successful in recovering compensation.