Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer in Charleston, SC

Sanders Law Firm, LLC Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer in Charleston, SC handles Nursing Home Abuse cases. Placing your loved one into a nursing home or assisted-living facility is an emotional decision. Because the elderly are often defenseless, proper care, proper treatment, improved quality of life and respect are expected. When this trust is breached, we systematically and aggressively pursue justice.

We understand the operational challenges of nursing homes and assisted-living facilities. Often, we find these facilities to be understaffed and their care providers are not always properly trained.

What to do: After placing your loved one into a nursing home or assisted-living facility, stay involved. On a regular basis, monitor your loved one for signs of neglect.

What to look for:

  • Abuse (physical, emotional, verbal or sexual)
  • Afraid of staff or other residents · Bedsores (or pressure sores)
  • Dehydration and malnutrition · Failure to execute dietician's recommendations
  • Failure of nurse and/or doctor to monitor · Fecal impaction · Fractures from falling
  • Infection · Rapid weight loss · Sudden decline in mental or physical condition
  • Unexpected death · Wandering from facility

Before records are lost or changed and before staff members leave the facility, contact Sanders Law Firm, LLC for Charleston area nursing home abuse and neglect.

Contact us for a free case review.

SANDERS LAW FIRM, LLC
843-573-8828

Sanders Law Firm, LLC represents clients in the Charleston, South Carolina area, including Barnwell County, Beaufort County, Berkeley County, Charleston County, Clarendon County, Colleton County, Dorchester County and Georgetown County

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