Dedham, Massachusetts Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse Lawyer
The town of Dedham, Massachusetts has played an important part in American history.
In 1793 was selected as the shire town - or county seat -- for the newly created County of Norfolk. In 1803 the Norfolk and Bristol Turnpike traveled through Dedham, and it provided an essential route between Providence and Boston. New taverns were set up in Dedham, to cater to travelers and to also act as way stations for the stagecoach lines. More railroads were established and by 1854, the Boston and New York Central Railroad traveled through DedhamExperienced Dedham, Massachusetts Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse Attorney
Is someone you love now living in a nursing home in the town of Dedham? It's all too true that these patients aren't just anonymous "patients" - they are someone's father, mother, sister, brother, uncle, aunt or another relative. They might even be your grandparents. What kind of care is your loved one really receiving? Obviously, you want your family member to receive the very best in care, just as you yourself would administer to them. But that isn't always the case.
Because of that, nursing homes need to be held responsible for providing the best of care. What if you discover - or merely suspect - that your relative isn't getting proper, adequate care? You may, unfortunately, discover that your relative has bed sores, or is dehydrated from not receiving enough fluids. You may uncover that your loved ones have broken bones, suspicious bruises, or are uncharacteristically depressed and withdrawn, or suffer from frequent infections. They may even suffer from ridicule or emotional abuse. These are all symptoms of a dangerous underlying situation, and these situations can cause serious injuries, unwarranted, preventable pain and suffering, and even, in some cases, wrongful death.
If you have suspicions - or any evidence - that your loved one is not being cared for properly or adequately, or is subject to negligent treatment at the hands of a nursing home, that's the time you need to immediately speak to an experienced lawyer. Don't wait. Contact us immediately for a free consultation, to prevent further injury to your loved one in a nursing home.
You need to know a few things about nursing homes in Dedham -- first things first - which can help you understand the entire situation.
- They are licensed by the state.
- The owners and operators are required to adhere to strict patient safety standards and regulations.
- They know all too well how their patents should be treated.
- When you hire us as legal counsel to protect and speak for your loved one, you will owe us no legal fees unless we are successful in recovering damages on behalf of your loved one.
At the Law Office of William D. Kickham, we don't believe in excuses, concerning the treatment of nursing home patients. Just one failure to conduct required employee background checks can invite abuse.
We have successfully dealt with this kind abuse and neglect in Dedham. We know how these situations need to be handled, and we don't accept "excuses" or "settle for less." We fervently believe that nursing homes need to be held responsible for their actions, and the actions of their employees, in the care of their vulnerable patients. Our firm is experienced in how to look for and find the necessary evidence to prosecute and litigate negligent nursing homes.Contact us by clicking here to fill out an email form, or phone us directly at Ph.: (781) 320-0062 or Ph. (617) 285-3600, and we can assure that your loved one won't become yet another victim.