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Dallas Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys

Every day, hundreds of our elderly loved ones are victimized in their Texas nursing homes. Neglect, maltreatment and abuse can lead to lasting physical and psychological injuries, and even death. At Pope Taylor, LLP our experienced attorneys represent clients in nursing home neglect and elder abuse claims throughout the surrounding areas in Texas. We recognize how serious these cases can be and what consequences they may have on you and your family. By taking aggressive legal action and protecting our clients’ rights in claims and lawsuits of this regard, we fight to help them secure the compensation they need and deserve.

A nursing home neglect lawyer at our firm can meet with you during a free initial consultation in order to determine how to best assist you. We take on nursing home negligence claims involving: malnutrition, neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, medical malpractice, wrongful death, and financial abuse.

About Dallas Nursing Home Neglect Claims and Cases

Most people place an elderly loved one in an assisted living facility or nursing home because they can no longer adequately care for their needs. Nursing home caregivers, medical and non-medical, have the obligation to treat their residents and patients with a standard level of care, providing for their needs in regard to nutrition, hygiene and medical treatment. Negligence in any of these areas can be disastrous, leading to slip and fall accidents, bed sores, lasing illness, malnutrition, and even death. Maltreatment can also cause physical injury as well as extensive psychological damage.

Your elderly loved one deserves the best care and treatment. If you suspect or have seen evidence of nursing home neglect, elder abuse or any similar condition, it is important that you consult an attorney about taking legal action. You can help your loved one and can bring the responsible caregiver or facility to justice for their actions.