Nursing Home Negligence & Elder Abuse

Nursing Home Negligence & Elder Abuse


Those who place their loved ones in the care of nursing homes are trusting that the professionals there will take adequate care. While many establishments live up to this level of service, there are, sadly, those that abuse the place of power they have been put in. This can lead to the abuse and neglect of the elders within their care. If you suspect that your loved one has become victim to a situation such as this, it is imperative that you secure the assistance of a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.

The law firm of Palumbo Wolfe & Palumbo is committed to protecting the rights and wellbeing of vulnerable and incapacitated persons in Arizona. When a vulnerable or incapacitated person is injured or dies as the result of nursing home negligence or elder abuse, we are here to help the family members seek justice.


To discuss your legal options for protecting your loved one and pursuing justice in an elder abuse lawsuit,contact Palumbo Wolfe & Palumbo today. You will receive a free consultation with an experienced Phoenix nursing home abuse attorney who will give you an honest evaluation of how to protect the rights of your vulnerable or incapacitated relative. The Adult Protective Services Act was enacted specifically to address the growing problem of abuse, neglect and exploitation of vulnerable and incapacitated people. We will use our experience and resources to hold those that abuse or otherwise take advantage of vulnerable or incapacitated people responsible for their actions.



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