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Miramar Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

Nursing home residents are among our most vulnerable members of society. The state of Florida provides special laws to protect vulnerable adults and their right to live free of abuse, intimidation, neglect, or exploitation.

If you or a loved one have experienced nursing home abuse, it is vital that you report the incident(s) to state officials and consult an attorney immediately. While government officials can pursue criminal charges against the perpetrators, you need a Miramar nursing home abuse lawyer to help navigate the path to civil compensation for your direct expenses and punitive damages.

A nursing home abuse lawyer fights for the rights of nursing home abuse victims. Call 1-800-516-4783 for a free case consultation.

What Types of Nursing Home Abuse Cases Do You Take?

As a nursing home resident in Miramar, you have state-assigned rights we vigorously defend to uphold. These include the right to:

  • Proper care by staff with proper training, up-to-date vaccinations, and no criminal record
  • Privacy in treatment and personal care including toileting and bathing
  • Protection against unauthorized use of your personal assets or misuse of your money
  • Essential services required to maintain your well-being including nutritious meals, adequate clothing, shelter, supervision, and medical services
  • Private and uncensored communications including access to a telephone and visits with anyone of your choosing during visiting hours
  • Access to at least one physician, one nurse, and one dietician in your nursing home facility

Nursing home residents have the legal right to live in a healthy and safe environment, free from abuse and neglect. When those rights are violated, a Miramar nursing home abuse lawyer can help you understand your options and get the ball rolling. Call 1-800-516-4783 to learn more.

How the Nursing Home Abuse Center Can Help

Our priority in every nursing home abuse or neglect complaint is ensuring the safety of the victim. We take immediate steps to ensure the removal of the perpetrator’s access to the victim. Nursing homes in Florida can be held liable where they were aware of neglect or abuse but failed to remedy the situation. It is in their best interest that the violations stop immediately.

We help victims remedy the potentially devastating financial impact of nursing home abuse. Your claim may include compensation for:

  • Immediate expenses such as alternative care, clothing, medicine, shelter, supervision, medical services, and other elements essential to your well-being
  • Medications, therapies, mobility aids, counseling, and other medical expenses incurred as a result of the abuse
  • Money, personal belongings or assets that were taken from you unlawfully
  • Damages for pain, suffering, and emotional trauma
  • Punitive damages for the deprivation of or infringement upon your rights


In your free case consultation, a Miramar nursing home abuse lawyer will evaluate your claim and explain the process of pursuing justice in court. Contact us today at 1-800-516-4783 to discuss your unique needs with a compassionate advocate for nursing home abuse victims.


When Should I Call a Miramar Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer?

It is crucial that you reach out immediately, both for the safety of the victim and the strength of their civil case. Much of the evidence needed to prove liability in a nursing home case is in the possession of the nursing home facility itself. Your attorney will act quickly to secure and protect the integrity of your medical records, care logs, and nursing home records.

Do not delay—you have two years from the date of the abuse (or when the abuse was discovered) to file your claim.

How Do I Know If What I Have Seen or Experienced is Abuse?

It is essential that you act quickly if you suspect that a loved one or a person in your care is being abused, neglected, or exploited. It is against the law for nursing home facilities to penalize staff who report nursing home abuse in good faith, even if the complaint is unfounded. However, failing to report can result in personal liability for those who stay silent.

Some forms of abuse, such as physical assault, are easier to detect than others. According to the state of Florida, nursing home abuse includes any willful act or threatened act by a relative, caregiver, or household member which causes or is likely to cause significant impairment to a vulnerable adult’s physical, mental, or emotional health.

Watch for these common signs of nursing home abuse or neglect:

  • Bedsores, sacral ulcers or infected wounds
  • Dehydration or malnutrition
  • Misappropriated funds or money missing from bank accounts
  • Poor hygiene
  • Missing or damaged personal belongings
  • Symptoms of over-medicating or administering the wrong medication
  • Fear, anxiety, depression, and other mental health symptoms
  • Sudden or unexplained death
  • Services or items a reasonable person would consider essential to well-being are withheld

Filing a complaint with the nursing home is an important first step, but it is not your only avenue of recourse. An attorney can advocate on your behalf and ensure that the nursing home is taking its duty to protect you by remedying the situation seriously. We will also seek reparations for your monetary losses and pain and suffering in court, exercising your right to a speedy trial wherever possible.

How to Learn More About Your Options for Combating Nursing Home Abuse

You do not have to fight this on your own. A Miramar nursing home abuse lawyer is ready to get to work at keeping you safe, secure and free of threats, intimidation or violence.

We doggedly pursue compensation to pay for alternative care, counseling and therapy, and other medical expenses for nursing home residents. Contact us today for a free case consultation to learn more about your right to compensation for your losses, pain, and suffering. We are standing by to provide your free, no-obligation consultation—call 1-800-516-4783 to get started.

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