Montgomery Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer 

Holding Nursing Homes in Montgomery County Accountable 

Over a million people in the United States wake up daily in a nursing home. Many of these individuals are helpless, vulnerable, and dependent on nursing home staff to meet their daily needs. Unfortunately, the quality of care in the nursing home industry has increasingly declined over the past decade.

At Sawyer Law Firm, we are passionate about protecting these defenseless individuals who can easily be exposed to hidden abuse and neglect. Suppose you suspect your loved one has suffered physical, emotional, or medical mistreatment in a nursing home, assisted living facility, or another care center. In that case, we urge you to bring your questions, concerns, and suspicions to the attention of our nursing home abuse attorney in Montgomery. 

Backed by more than 25 years of experience representing residents and their families in such cases, our Montgomery lawyer for nursing home abuse and neglect has built a reputation for attentive, personalized legal help built on creating long-lasting relationships with clients for which we are known.  

Benefits of Hiring a Nursing Home Abuse Attorney

When a loved one has been the victim of nursing home abuse, hiring an experienced attorney is essential for ensuring that your family receives justice. Our Montgomery nursing home abuse attorney can offer legal counsel, create an action plan to pursue damages, provide resources, and represent your loved one both in and out of court hearings. 

Our legal team is experienced in nursing home abuse cases and is familiar with the laws specific to this type of matter. We are prepared to navigate a complicated legal process while protecting your loved one's best interests. 

Are you or a loved one dealing with nursing home abuse or neglect? Our nursing home abuse attorney in Montgomery is ready to defend you. Call Sawyer Law Firm today at (334) 539-0604 or contact us online to get started! 


Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

If your loved one resides in a nursing home or other care center for the elderly, keeping an eye out for telltale clues that may point to abuse and neglect is a good idea. 

Signs of both neglect and abuse can include:

  • Bedsores
  • Dehydration
  • Broken bones
  • Unexplained bruising, sprains, welts, scars, or dislocations
  • Falls
  • Malnutrition
  • Fear of and other emotional reactions towards staff
  • Infections
  • Staff advising you that you cannot visit your loved one
  • Burns
  • Untreated or new health problems
  • Indications of restraint, such as marks on wrists
  • Torn and/or bleeding skin
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Medication errors, including overmedication
  • Sudden and unexpected trips to the hospital
  • Intimidation, harassment, threats, belittlement, or hostile behavior
  • Withdrawal of the resident from normal activities
  • Agitation, demonstrated by rocking motions, mumbling, or frantic behavior
  • Weight loss
  • Missing funds from financial accounts
  • Added new users to bank accounts and credit cards
  • Suspicious changes in estate planning documents, such as wills, titles, and more

Check for general cleanliness and ensure your elderly loved one receives proper hygienic care if you notice recurring errors or see signs of abuse, document what you observe and take pictures as evidence. 

Abuse in nursing homes can range from physical and sexual abuse, emotional abuse, isolation, failure to provide required food, water, hygiene, or appropriate medical care, willful deprivation of essential maintenance and assistance, and financial exploitation. Abuse involves overt actions, while neglect tends to be passive, though not less harmful. Neglect can lead to bedsores, infections, dehydration, and malnutrition.  

What Rights Do Nursing Home Residents Have?

Those confined to nursing homes and other elder-care facilities have certain rights. These rights include the right to be fully informed of their health status and records, their choice of doctor and medical decisions, how they are treated, and preferences in interacting with staff and others within the home. 

Other rights include:

  • Respectful treatment
  • Freedom to participate in activities
  • Freedom from discrimination, abuse, restraints, and neglect
  • Freedom to make complaints
  • Freedom to manage their money as they see fit
  • Freedom to leave  

Contact Sawyer Law Firm today to schedule a FREE consultation with our Montgomery nursing home abuse attorney! 


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Reasons to Choose Our Firm

We Are the Backbone for Those Who Cannot Fight For Themselves

Our clients are not just case numbers to us. We genuinely care about the individuals we represent and are passionate about helping them obtain a better life after an accident or abuse.

  • Recovery is Our Priority

    At Sawyer Law Firm, your recovery is our main priority. Not only do you pay nothing unless we win, but Attorney J.P. will also travel to you if needed.

  • We Listen & Care

    Each case that we take deserves personalized attention & customized strategies. We take a smaller load of clients to ensure you get the representation you deserve.

  • Decades of Experience

    Attorney J.P. has over 25 years of experience and knowledge advocating for individuals injured to the negligence of others.

  • Proven Success

    Attorney J.P. has recovered millions for clients and works tirelessly to obtain the full amount of compensation deserved.

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If you or a loved one has been injured because of someone else's negligence, you can count on the legal team at Sawyer Law Firm to fight for your rights every step of the way. Schedule your free case evaluation with our personal injury attorney.

National Recognition in Nursing Home Abuse Cases

Our Montgomery attorney has investigated instances of nursing home abuse and neglect throughout the country. We have made a personal commitment to battling this epidemic and will continue to pursue these cases despite their increasing difficulty and complication due to changes in the law.

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With a strong nursing home abuse attorney on your side, you can fight for justice on behalf of your loved one that may include damages for medical expenses, pain and suffering, and emotional distress. You will also be ensuring that both they and their fellow residents will be given the quality of care they deserve in the future.

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