Assisted Living and Wrongful Death
Call an assisted living abuse and neglect lawyer who can help
Some seniors live in an assisted living or residential care facility that allows them to retain a sense of independence, while also ensuring that they receive proper care. When these facilities are negligent, the consequences can be fatal for some residents. Johnson Greer Law Group helps the families of those residents get justice.
Residents at these types of facilities may live in apartments, condos or even their own house, and may continue to take care of many of their own needs. The facility is responsible for providing certain services. These may include certain medical care, nursing care, medication management and other services.
Negligence can cause the untimely death of a resident in some situations. Their family members are left grieving and wondering what happened. Negligence at an assisted living or residential facility that resulted in the death of a resident is never acceptable. Our assisted living abuse and neglect attorneys hold negligent parties accountable.
There are many types of negligence that could lead to wrongful death in these types of facilities. There may have been a medication error, or failure by a medical professional to notice a resident was having a health issue. In some cases, the facility may have created an unsafe situation for the resident.
Wrongful death cases are often not clear-cut. You may feel something is not right about what happened to your loved one, but you are unable to point to anything specific. Don’t ignore that feeling. Talk to an attorney who is experienced in dealing with negligence at assisted living and residential facilities.
We build strong cases that get results
Proving that a loved one suffered a wrongful death due to negligence at one of these types of facilities is challenging. The facilities and staff members often don’t take any responsibility and deny doing anything wrong. Insurance companies won’t be sympathetic, either. They are only interested in protecting their bottom line.
That’s why you need an attorney from our firm. We have dedicated our careers to fighting for the victims of abuse and neglect at nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Our firm knows how to build strong cases that are taken seriously.
Our attorneys know how to build a strong case that proves your loved one was the victim of negligence. We gather evidence, such as medical records and other documentation. We identify and interview witnesses. We also regularly consults medical experts who can help explain what happened.
Taking legal action won’t bring your loved one back but it is a way to get justice by holding negligent parties accountable. You may be able to recover financial compensation for some medical expenses, funeral expenses and other losses, such as pain and suffering and loss of companionship.
If you lost a loved one at an assisted living or residential facility, it’s important to talk to an attorney as soon as possible. We know you are grieving, but the state of Georgia has a statute of limitations for taking legal action and starting an investigation early can help us build a stronger case to help get justice for your loved one.
Learn more about how we can help. Contact us to schedule a free case evaluation with an assisted living abuse and neglect attorney. We can review the details of your case and explain your legal options.