Putting your loved one in a nursing home is always a difficult and emotional decision. Before you entrusted them to the care of a nursing home, you probably spent a great deal of time researching nursing homes in your area to find one you could trust. When you discover that your loved one has not been cared for properly, or may have been abused, the sense of betrayal can be overwhelming. For over 40 years, nursing home abuse lawyers at Bye, Goff & Rohde, have been helping those in the state of Wisconsin to get justice for loved ones abused or neglected while in nursing homes.
It can be hard to believe that abuse or neglect is taking place. Our aging loved ones may not always be able to tell us what is happening and you may not immediately recognize the signs that your loved one is being treated improperly.
Some common indications that your loved one is being abused or neglected include:
Once you recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect, it is important that you consult with one of our personal injury attorneys as soon as possible. We have the experience to help you navigate through the process of discovering exactly what has happened, getting your loved ones the proper treatment, and ensuring they are safe in the future.
Dealing with the consequences of your loved one’s abuse may cost you lost wages due to time missed from work, require expensive medical treatment for your loved one, and cause emotional trauma from seeing your loved one go through this. Our lawyers are proud to serve the people of Wisconsin with excellence and dedication. You don’t have to go through this alone.
Our lawyers focus only on personal injury trial law. We are proud our partners are all Board Certified by The National Board of Trial Advocacy, an honor bestowed on only three percent of lawyers nationwide. We have a reputation for excellence, and we will not stop until all the facts have come to light.
When you contact us, we will set up a free consultation. Should you choose to let us work for you, you owe us nothing unless we win your case, or get you a settlement. Your loved one should never have had to suffer in this way. We want to see you get the justice you and they deserve.