Nursing home wrongful death should never happen. Yet, many lives end in nursing homes that have failed to offer basic care, sufficient security, and safe premises for their residents. With that, it’s not uncommon for nursing homes and other responsible parties to try to point fingers and even lie about their roles in wrongful deaths.
Given that — and the fact that nursing home abuse and neglect are often deadly — it’s crucial for families to know the signs of wrongful death in nursing homes. If they do, they can take legal action whenever they notice red flags like (but not limited to):
Attorney Jack Modesett has gone up against big names in the industry to win nursing home wrongful death cases involving all types of injuries and negligence.
While nothing can bring back a loved one — and no amount of money can erase what happened — a victory in a nursing home wrongful death case can bring some sense of justice, accountability, and closure. It can also make negligent nursing homes pay for what they’ve done while giving families the resources they need to grieve and, hopefully, find some peace.
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