Missouri Elder Abuse Lawyer
Case Results: Nursing Home Negligence
Elder abuse and neglect is an all-too-frequent occurrence in adult care facilities. We need to correct these injustices and protect the helpless victims of nursing home errors and abuse. At the Missouri nursing home abuse law offices of Monsees & Mayer P.C, we help people who have seen their parents or loved ones suffer as a result of poor care or neglect provided by nursing home staff.
If you know of someone who is suffering from neglect in a nursing home, call the personal injury attorneys of Monsees & Mayer P.C. We help put an end to the abuse of our most vulnerable people.
Nursing homes are highly regulated. Knowledge of these regulations and where to find information about state inspections and violations is a key to the successful pursuit of these claims. We know where to find the information needed in Missouri, Kansas, and elsewhere. Frequently, the nursing home that has failed you or your loved one, has failed others in the past.
Some of the types of nursing home and child care center neglect cases we handle:
- Attendant Negligence
- Elder Abuse
- Improper Staffing
- Bed Sores and Decubitus Ulcers
- Medicine Mistakes
- Negligent Hiring
- Nursing Home Negligence
- Nursing Neglect
- Patient Assaults
- Sexual Assaults
- Sexual Abuse
Contact the personal injury attorneys of Monsees & Mayer P.C, if a loved one of yours has been injured due to neglect, or improper care. Our lawyers have successfully handled cases related to improper staffing, falls, bedsores, poor nutrition, rape, abuse, inattention, disappearance and mistaken medications. If a member of your family was the victim of negligent care or abusive conduct, contact a lawyer immediately to see what can be done to correct the situation.
Click here to contact our skilled Kansas City nursing home abuse lawyers and have your questions answered. Our lawyers have experience handling the issues behind many of your questions. Let us put your mind at ease by answering these and other questions for you.
All cases have time limits, called “statutes of limitation” that set deadlines for filing lawsuits. The time limits vary depending on the state and type of claim you are pursuing. There are also exceptions that may either lengthen or shorten the time permitted to file a lawsuit. Only a lawyer can properly interpret and apply the proper time limit to your case.”