Physical Abuse2018-03-14T18:51:42+00:00

Physical Abuse

Physical Abuse in Nursing Homes

When you put your parent, sibling or other loved one in a nursing home, the last thing you imagined is that they might be the victim of physical abuse. While physical attacks are not common in nursing homes, they do occur. Nursing home patients may suffer physical abuse in a number of distinct ways:

  • Nursing home patients may be physically or sexually assaulted by other patients. Nursing homes have a duty to protect their patients from harm.
  • Nursing home staff may physically or sexually assault a patient.
  • Nursing home staff may allow a patient to struggle unnecessarily because the staff member is impatient and irritable. Intentionally failing to respond to a patient’s request to use the restroom facilities, get a glass of water or obtain other necessary care is a form of abuse and should not be tolerated.

If your loved one has been injured as a result of nursing home neglect or abuse, contact an experienced personal injury attorney at RGLZ. We represent clients throughout New York City and Long Island in a wide range of nursing home negligence and abuse claims.

Let the RGLZ Family Help Your Family

Since 1968, RGLZ Personal Injury Law has been providing quality legal representation on behalf of people who have been injured due to the negligence and wrongdoing of others. We are passionate advocates on behalf of people who have been the victims of physical or sexual abuse.

We offer a team of experienced and skilled trial lawyers who know how to effectively investigate nursing home injury claims. As a result of our thorough trial preparation and diligence, we have obtained millions on behalf of accident victims in nursing home negligence and abuse claims.

Your loved one did not deserve to be treated with such cruelty. Our attorneys are committed to holding nursing homes responsible for their negligence and wrongdoing. You can rely on us for the knowledgeable and vigorous representation you require.

Contact Us

We handle all nursing home negligence claims on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no fees to us unless we recover compensation for you. To schedule a free consultation with one of our Suffolk County nursing home abuse attorneys, call 866-639-5567 or contact us by e-mail. Our decades of legal excellence can make justice work for you.