How Can I Report Nursing Home Abuse & Elder Abuse?
Report Elder Abuse & Nursing Home Neglect.
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How Can I Report a Nursing Home to the State of Florida?
Report Nursing Home Abuse and Elder Abuse in Florida
Report Florida Elder Abuse to DCF by phone: 1-800-962-2873 (1-800-96-Abuse)
Report Florida Nursing Home Abuse to DCF online: click here
Report Florida Nursing Home Neglect to the Ombudsman by phone: 1-888-831-0404
Report Florida Nursing Home Abuse to the Florida Ombudsman by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Report Nursing Home Abuse in Florida to AHCA by phone: 1-888-419-5337
Reporting Florida Elder Abuse by County: click here
Elder Abuse & Nursing Home Abuse Reporting Agencies Across America by State
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Trouble Making Your Voice Heard? We Can Help
Report Nursing Home Abuse with Our Help
Senior Justice Law Firm‘s mission is to protect vulnerable seniors in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. If you feel your loved one was wrongfully injured or killed due to neglect in the facility, make sure to report the incident to the proper government agency. If you need assistance doing this, our firm is here to help. Call us today for your free consultation and let us help you on your journey to justice. We can only stop the cycle of elder abuse if we do something about it. Do not remain silent in the face of nursing home neglect.
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Reporting Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Ends the Cycle of Suffering
Why is it necessary to report abuse and neglectful nursing homes? Because we want to be a voice for the voiceless.
The NCEA estimates that most victims of facility-related elder abuse are unable to effectively communicate their complaints. This means they cannot advocate for themselves. It is the obligation of you, the family member, the caretaker, the guardian, to advocate for the vulnerable. If you remain silent, you doom the next wave of helpless patients to suffer the same fate.
By involving the appropriate state agencies, you are doing your part to stem the tide of nursing home abuse and neglect.
Reporting Nursing Home Abuse Electronically and Anonymously
With the advent of technology, there really is no valid excuse not to report nursing home abuse and neglect. Nowadays, most state agencies allow for anonymous reporting of elder abuse. This is important if you are currently employed by the offending nursing home facility. Additionally, most elder abuse departments receive reports electronically, either through email or an online portal.
With modern technology, reporting nursing home abuse is quick, anonymous and pain free. Take the next step and report nursing home negligence in your state.
What Happens After I Report a Nursing Home to my State Health Department?
After reporting a negligent nursing home to the state, the appropriate agency should spring into action. This will likely result in an on-site, surprise inspection at the facility. There will also like be a corresponding investigation into your allegations.
Most agencies allow for anonymous reporting, if you do not want to be associated with the report. That being said, the anonymity option is not ideal. The anonymous option is usually reserved for employees. If you are a family member of an injured resident, it is best to use your name and phone number so that the agency can contact you to conduct follow ups on the investigation.
Our Lawyers Can Help You Report Nursing Home Abuse to the State
If you need help finding the right state agency or elder abuse department, our attorneys can help. Call us now for a completely free case consultation: 1-844-253-8919.