Nursing Home Abuse Timeline

Do you have questions about how long a nursing home abuse case will take? Watch this video about the nursing home abuse timeline in Arizona. Free review.

Question:

How long does a nursing home negligence case take?

Answer:

Nursing Home Abuse TimelinePeople often ask how long it will take to resolve a claim, especially in situations where the negligence and the abuse have been going on and on for a long time. Because we have very experienced lawyers on our nursing home abuse legal team, if you call in, they’d be happy to give you an answer tailored to the specific situation, but in general, if you talk to one of our attorneys, here’s what they say. They say that it’s very common for the nursing home to try to cover up what happened, to downplay it, to paper it over, to get a medical doctor to sign off on a death certificate without even examining the body.

Those are all common things, so it often takes a while for us to sort out the truth.
Remember, you have a situation involving suspected abuse, give us a call. We can help you out. We can help you out with investigators. We’ve had families find out that their loved one was getting abused and neglected and gotten them out while they still could recover, and other families didn’t find out until it was too late. There’s varying time to settle the claim, but the most important thing is to gather the information and have us help you. We can prove the neglect, and then we’ll help you get them out of that situation because those nursing home facilities, they will want to hang on to those patients because why? They see them as dollars and cents. They’re your loved one, not dollars and cents. Give us a call. The call is free, the information’s free, and it could make a difference between life and death for your loved one.


Did you lose a loved one from the negligence of another in Arizona and have questions about the nursing home abuse timeline? Contact experienced Gilbert Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers at Free Injury Advice today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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