What would the average person do without intelligent attorneys fighting for them? Legal terms are the same as reading a foreign language to many people. When a letter arrives in the mail that’s written in legal terms, most people don’t have an inkling of what it means. They also don’t have any idea what to do if someone in the family has been injured or abused by someone.
Do they simply take the abuse and keep quiet about it because they’re afraid of tramping on some very important toes? No, they consult with an attorney and see if they can retain his/her assistance to deal with their abuser.
If a parent is being, or has been abused, while in a nursing home, it’s time to call an attorney. Someone has to step up to the plate and bring the abusers to justice. Daniel and Fontaine LLC are the attorneys who fight for every parent or patient suffering from an illness, and who has been abused.
Sometimes, the patient is left all day and night without changing their clothing, washing them or caring for them. Many times, trays of food are set quite a distance away from the patient who can’t even reach it, and no one comes to feed them.
Quite often, they are not watched carefully, and the patient simply walks out of their room to the rooftop and falls. They walk away from their nursing home, get lost and die of exposure before anyone notices they’re gone.
Patients frequently suffer from falls when they get up out of bed and lose their balance. They fall on the cement tiled floor and fracture their skull. Sometimes they are punched and hit with objects, and abused sexually. There are many reasons families need the services of a Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer in Northampton MA.
Because a Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer in Northampton MA will work on a contingency fee basis, their is no need to worry about payment immediately, since the initial consultation is free. When they accept cases, they do everything they can to obtain cash for the patient, or for the family, in case they have died.
This is called a settlement. When a settlement is paid by the nursing home’s insurance company, that’s when clients pay their attorneys. You can also visit them on Twitter for more information.