Wilmington Nursing Home Negligence Lawyers
Wherever The Negligent Nursing Home Is In North Carolina, We Can Help
Some of the most difficult injuries to cope with are those suffered by the elderly and the vulnerable. If you suspect that your loved one has suffered injuries resulting from nursing home abuse or negligence, we urge you to call Rhine Law Firm, P.C.
Put An End To Nursing Home Abuse And Negligence With Our Help
Our Wilmington nursing home negligence attorneys understand how difficult it is for our clients to trust others to properly care for their parents, grandparents and other elderly relatives. When potential concerns of negligence and abuse arise, it is often heartbreaking. We are determined to thoroughly investigate your concerns involving injuries that have resulted from:
- Negligent care (bedsores, etc.)
- Medication/prescription errors
Often, these issues lead to serious injuries involving broken bones, illness and sometimes death. Sadly, many types of abuse and negligence in nursing homes and elder care facilities are due to understaffing and poorly trained staff members. Despite the laws around standard of care in these facilities, some elderly residents still fall victim to abuse.
Nursing home abuse and negligence are not only wrong, but also illegal. Our Wilmington medical malpractice lawyers can help you understand your rights and your legal options to hold the responsible parties accountable for the pain and suffering your family member has endured.
When It Really Matters - Contact Rhine Law Firm, P.C.
We invite you to contact Rhine Law Firm, P.C., at (910) 772-9960 or toll free at (866) 772-9960 for a free initial consultation with one of our experienced North Carolina nursing home abuse attorneys regarding your legal needs. Our law office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request. We offer Spanish interpretation and translation services.
- One-Third of Nursing Home Patients Are Injured by Medical Errors
- National Center on Elder Abuse
- Administration on Aging (AoA)
- NC Division of Health Service Regulation - Licensed Facilities
- Elder Abuse - CDC
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