Atlanta Elder Abuse Attorney
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As loved ones grow older, we try to provide them with care that ensures their comfort and safety. In many cases, this means moving our loved ones into a nursing home or hiring outside caregivers to assist in their daily activities, errands, and general care. Unfortunately, in some cases, these same persons entrusted with the care of your loved one take advantage of their position and use it for abuse.
If you suspect that your loved one is suffering abuse at the hands of a nursing home or other caregiver, it’s important to pursue legal action immediately. An Atlanta elder abuse lawyer from our firm, Ross Moore II, P.C., can fight for compensation on your behalf. We take the time to get to know you and your case so that we can provide representation that accurately depicts the severity of your injury and your need for compensation.
To learn more about your legal options, contact Ross Moore II, P.C. for a free consultation.
Recognizing the Signs of Elder Abuse
Abuse is not always physical. Make sure that you keep an eye on your loved one and take note of anything that seems out of the ordinary. Problems could stem from emotional abuse or even financial exploitation.
Keep an eye out for symptoms such as the following:
- Bruises or sprains
- Fractured bones
- Unexplained weight loss
- Extreme hunger
- Injured mouth, genitals, or anus
- Uncharacteristic withdrawal or anxiety
- Abnormal financial transactions
Immediate action is necessary if your loved one is being abused. Ross Moore II, P.C. is dedicated to fighting for your loved one’s safety and ensuring that they are well-cared for in the future. We can help you assess whether abuse, negligence, or medical malpractice contributed to your loved one's injuries.
Whether your loved one was hurt by an in-home caretaker or in a nursing home, let us fight for just compensation on your behalf. Our Atlanta personal injury attorneys are dedicated to making sure that the negligent caregiver or organization is held responsible for their actions and discouraged from or punished for negligent conduct.
Call (404) 491-8511 to Speak with an Elder Abuse Lawyer in Atlanta!