Ohio Valley Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys
Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect
Bed sores can be just the first sign of nursing home abuse or neglect, and the Ohio Valley personal injury lawyers at Sellitti, Nogay & McCune recover damages for families of the abused and neglected throughout Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. For nearly 30 years, our attorneys have fought for victims of nursing home negligence as well as cases involving failure to give medication and assault and battery.
Families all over Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia place a tremendous amount of trust in nursing homes to care for a loved one, and they deserve to be justly compensated when that trust is violated. The Ohio Valley tri-state personal injury lawyers at Sellitti, Nogay & McCune know how to thoroughly investigate these cases before negligent nursing homes can tamper with evidence or destroy important records. Our attorneys have secured millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for clients and we aggressively seek compensation for nursing home neglect involving a staff’s failure to:
- Assist patient to bathroom or other personal hygiene
- Change soiled bedding
- Change adult diapers
- Prevent bed sores, dehydration or malnutrition
- Provide access to medical services
- Provide medical care for mental or physical health needs
- Report skin irritation or signs of developing bed sores
Did a nursing home fail to provide any of these basic accommodations? Or, do you suspect some form of physical abuse, such as slapping, shaking or tying a victim down to prevent wandering? The Ohio Valley personal injury lawyers at Sellitti, Nogay & McCune have been helping such families throughout West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio ever since our firm’s inception in 1984. In addition to pursuing nursing home litigation for families in the tri-state community, every one of our attorneys was also born, raised and continues to live in the Ohio Valley area. As a small firm, you are assured that you will always be represented by one of our firm’s partners.
Families pay nursing homes to ensure that their elderly loved ones are properly cared for. Abuse, whether it is emotional, physical or financial, is unacceptable. You may be entitled to damages if your loved one was subjected to nursing home abuse or neglect. To see how our attorneys can help, contact our office today to have nursing home abuse litigators at Sellitti, Nogay & McCune review your case.