When Nursing Homes Don’t Deliver
Nursing homes are charged with the care of those most frail and vulnerable among us. Residents are there precisely because they’re suffering from significant medical problems such as dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, cancer and heart disease. Many require round-the-clock monitoring. All deserve the most conscientious treatment possible.
While virtually every nursing home in Florida promises this level of attention, the fact is, not all deliver. Many are understaffed and overcrowded. The financial bottom line — and sometimes the temptation of financial fraud — can jeopardize the health and well-being of patients.
Compassionate Guidance When You Need It The Most
When instances of nursing home abuse or neglect come to light, it’s a nightmare for the victim and their family. To further dramatize that betrayal of trust, the family members who helped select the facility can end up feeling guilty, even though it’s in no way their fault.
Nursing homes and their insurance companies have teams of lawyers to protect their reputation and profits. As a result, dealing with a negligent nursing home on behalf of your elderly relative is not a do-it-yourself project. You need the power and influence of a skilled legal team behind you — attorneys who consistently get results in actions against these institutions.
At Ford, Dean & Rotundo, P.A., we’re on your side. You can rely on our lawyers to get to the bottom of what happened and who was at fault. We’ll help you fight for justice after such unimaginable tragedy.
During our 40-plus years of practice, our lawyers have built a nationwide reputation for positive outcomes — including multimillion-dollar results — in nursing home abuse and neglect cases.
Is Your Loved One Being Neglected Or Mistreated?
Contact the lawyers at Ford, Dean & Rotundo, P.A., for a prompt investigation. If we uncover evidence of negligence, abuse or mistreatment, our attorneys will vigorously prosecute the appropriate lawsuit, hire the best experts and work tirelessly to obtain justice for you and your loved one.