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Recovering Damages for Nursing Home Negligence

Anyone who knows the reputation of our law firm for committed client service will understand why our lawyers help families investigate and present claims for nursing home negligence, elder abuse, and other damages suffered by vulnerable people in institutional settings. For additional information and a free consultation, contact a personal injury attorney at Wells and McElwee, P.C., in Athens.

Our law firm has served the needs of northeast Georgia families since 1977. We’re well known for close personal attention to the needs of the clients we serve. The people who depend on us benefit not only from our legal experience and trial skills, but also from our willingness to support them through all of the challenges that a personal injury or wrongful death situation might present.

Skilled and compassionate client service in nursing home negligence cases

Nursing home negligence cases can be especially difficult. Our clients are often uneasy about trusting the care of their loved ones to an institution, and a nursing home or assisted living placement is usually a last resort for meeting needs that can no longer be addressed at home.

We work closely with our client families to investigate negligence or abuse claims and hold the responsible parties accountable. While the victims are usually elderly, the injured person might also be developmentally disabled or recovering from a serious injury in a convalescent center.

Our attorneys handle nursing home negligence and abuse cases involving such injuries as the following:

  • Severe bedsores
  • Physical neglect as shown by dehydration or malnutrition
  • Medication errors
  • Falling accidents
  • Injuries suffered while wandering away from the facility
  • Severe burns
  • Cases of physical or sexual assault by employees or other patients

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We devote equal attention to proof of liability, proof of damages, and supporting your family through what’s often a painful experience. For more information about the scope of our nursing home negligence practice and how our approach to client service can benefit you, contact us online or call us at 706-410-1442 or fill out our short form for a free consultation with a personal injury lawyer at Wells and McElwee, P.C., in Athens, Georgia.

Most often, we take accident claims on a contingent fee basis. This means unless we recover a settlement or verdict for you, we will not charge a fee.  We collect no attorney fees unless we recover a settlement or verdict for you.