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Contact Senior Justice Law Firm; We Want to Help Your Family Get Justice After a Nursing Home Tragedy in West Virginia

At Senior Justice Law Firm, nursing home negligence is more than just a practice area. This is our sole focus. Our nursing home focused law firm can assist you with your West Virginia nursing home neglect case. We work on a contingency fee, which means you pay nothing out of pocket. We advance all fees and costs and we only get paid if you win.

Call us now for a completely free, no obligation West Virginia nursing home abuse lawyer consultation: 888-375-9998

Avery Adcock Senior Justice Law Firm

Avery Adcock, Partner at Senior Justice Law Firm and West Virginia Nursing Home Abuse Attorney.

How Will I Recognize West Virginia Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect?

As nursing home abuse lawyers, we never hear stories about the facility coming out and admitting they neglected a resident. Instead, sadly, it is usually the family that discovers odd injuries or suspicious signs of abuse. Because these victims are often non-verbal, it is so important that you vigilantly inspect your loved one for signs of neglect.

Be on the lookout for these red flags of facility negligence:

  • Soiled or stained clothing and bedsheets
  • Dirty appearance
  • A foul smell coming from your family member
  • Dirty diapers
  • Bed sores
  • Broken bones from falls
  • Infections and UTI‘s
  • Significant weight loss

Any of the above injuries may indicate neglect. Contact our West Virginia nursing home abuse lawyer immediately to let our law firm investigate your potential nursing home negligence action.

Understanding Nursing Home Abuse Law in WVA

The West Virginia Department of Health & Human Services has adopted the federal regulations on what is considered nursing home abuse in West Virginia. This extends the definition of nursing home abuse beyond intentional physical abuse, to also include neglect or withholding resident care and supervision:

Abuse also includes the deprivation by an individual, including a caretaker, of goods or services that are necessary to attain or maintain physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being [of the long term care resident]. §483.5

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For your free WVA nursing home abuse case consultation, live chat with our office now, or call us at 888-375-9998. We look forward to hearing from you.

Senior Justice Law Firm

West Virginia Nursing Home Abuse Law Firm