Ocean County Nursing Home Negligence Attorneys
As people age, many are no longer able to care for themselves and move into nursing homes and other nursing facilities for care. Unfortunately, nursing homes aren’t always caring, safe environments. Nurses, aides and other nursing home staff sometimes abuse or neglect residents.
At Fedele & Honschke Attorneys at Law, LLC, serving Brick, we protect the sick, elderly and disabled against neglect and abuse. We hold negligent and abusive nursing facilities responsible for the injuries they cause.
For more than 30 years, our Toms River-based law firm has been offering injury victims in Ocean County, Monmouth County and throughout New Jersey the helping hand they need to protect their rights.
Protecting The Elderly, Ill And Disabled
Because many elderly individuals are unable to communicate clearly, they are especially susceptible to injury from abuse and neglect. Common examples of neglect and abuse include:
- Bedsores and ulcers
- Poor supervision
- Poor training of staff
- Inadequate amounts of staff
- Poorly maintained facilities
- Failure to properly administer medications
- Improper restraint
- Unsupervised activities
- Injuries from falls
If you suspect a loved one is being physically harmed at his or her nursing facility, we can help. Our attorneys take immediate action to stop harmful behaviors and ensure your loved one is well cared for. We then bring personal injury claims that hold the nursing facility, doctors, nurses and staff liable for the injuries they cause.
Experienced Attorneys Who Care
When clients turn to Fedele & Honschke, they are getting experienced lawyers. Each client works directly with one of our three partners during the duration of his or her case. Our attorneys care about you and your family. We are dedicated to maximizing your compensation after being injured by abusive or neglectful nursing facilities.
Contact our Toms River nursing home negligence lawyers at 732-504-3841 or 888-898-1206 for a free consultation. All of our injury cases are taken on a contingency basis. That means there are no upfront costs to you; you don’t pay until we recover compensation on your behalf.