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Cumberland County Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

It is a decision no one ever wishes to make but, unfortunately, the need to place a parent or spouse in a Cumberland County, New Jersey nursing home happens all to frequently, and it is never an easy decision to make. When it is finally decided that a loved one will be better off in a nursing home, it is not too much to expect that they will be treated with dignity. Sadly, the elderly and vulnerable are needlessly exposed to unnecessary hardships including pain and suffering, worsening medical conditions and even wrongful death. If you believe a loved one has been the victim of nursing home abuse or neglect, call me, Joseph Monaco, Cumberland County Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer, to learn how to hold the nursing home responsible for the harm to your loved one.

Nursing home abuse and neglect in Cumberland County can take many forms.

Despite assurances from administrators and staff, you may not learn important information until it is too late. Series issues may include:

  • Bedsores or pressure sores (decubitus ulcers)
  • Inadequate supervision leading to falls
  • Malnutrition and dehydration
  • Improper staffing levels
  • Improper training of staff on detecting serious medical conditions
  • Physical or emotional abuse
  • Financial abuse

Speak with an Experienced Cumberland County Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer Today

In addition, proving the role that placing profits over safety had in the harm to your loved one is an issue that has to be thoroughly investigated. Call or text me at 609-277-3166 to learn how I may help your family receive justice. As a New Jersey Trial Lawyer, I work tirelessly to continue my long tradition of fighting for victims. I offer over 25 years of experience as a New Jersey Trial Lawyer. My office helps clients throughout Cumberland County including residents of Vineland, Bridgeton and Millville. Free Consultation.

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