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Nursing home abuse does not always manifest itself by physical acts of violence. Nursing home abuse can also be committed through neglect or negligent conduct. Nursing home negligence can include the lack of assistance with eating, drinking and personal hygiene; failure to move patients as necessary to avoid bed sores, and lack of prompt medical attention. When nursing home doctors or nurses fail to provide the adequate level of medical treatment, they may be liable for medical malpractice.

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    Illinois Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers

    The Chicago nursing home abuse attorneys at Ankin Law, LLC are committed to protecting the victims of nursing home abuse and neglect. If you suspect that a loved one has suffered or is suffering from nursing home negligence, do not hesitate to contact the compassionate nursing home neglect attorneys at Ankin Law to schedule a free consultation to discuss the appropriate course of action.

    Signs of Nursing Home Negligence

    Some of the common signs of nursing home neglect include:

    • Dehydration and malnutrition
    • Bed sores
    • Poor personal hygiene
    • Unsanitary and dirty living conditions
    • Soiled bed linens

    Types of Nursing Home Negligence

    Negligence is the failure to take the appropriate level of care given a specific situation. Nursing home facilities and their staff have an obligation to take an appropriate level of care to ensure the safety of the nursing home residents. The failure to take the necessary steps to ensure the safety of the nursing home’s residents may be considered negligence and entitles the victim to compensation for any injuries suffered as a result of the negligent conduct.

    Some common types of nursing home negligence include:

    • The failure to provide proper nutrition and hydration
    • The failure to assist with personal hygiene
    • The failure to take reasonable precautions to prevent falls
    • The failure to promptly answer call lights
    • The failure to turn residents to prevent bed sores
    • The failure to assist residents with bathroom functions
    • The failure to take adequate precautions to prevent injuries
    • The failure to provide for appropriate medical care

    The trusted Chicago nursing home abuse attorneys at Ankin Law understand the emotional and physical toll that nursing home negligence and abuse can take on nursing home residents and their families. We will vigorously fight to protect your legal rights and obtain the compensation that you deserve. If you or a loved one has been the victim of nursing home negligence, do not hesitate to contact the compassionate Chicago nursing home abuse attorneys at Ankin Law to discuss a possible legal claim.

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