Nursing Home Injuries

Ohio Nursing Home Injury Lawyers

If you have a loved one residing in a nursing home or care facility, his or her well-being is a priority. If you suspect that negligence is occurring, you may feel powerless to stop it. At The Law Offices of Arnold S. Levine, we assist families in legally protecting their loved ones, ensuring that they are given the proper care they need.

Cincinnati, Ohio, Nursing Home Injury Attorneys

Each patient has certain rights under the Nursing Home Bill of Rights. This bill provides certain rights to each patient. This includes:

  • General treatment of your loved one
  • Bathroom schedule
  • Feeding and nutrition schedule
  • Medication regimen
  • Cleanliness of the facility and the resident's personal space
  • Safety measures
  • Protection from negligence

Many times there are rights that your loved one may be entitled to that you do not even know about. If you suspect your loved one is being mistreated or not served as he or she deserves, contact us. We are prepared to evaluate the situation and make sure that the resident's best interests are being protected.

We will review all documentation in the matter, obtaining the records and charts needed to know exactly what schedules are being followed. We are also equipped to do on-sight inspections, if necessary.

It is important that you act quickly, though. There is a short statute of limitations on nursing home negligence claims of only a year, from the time of the offense to the resolution of the matter. You must either settle the claim or file a lawsuit within that time frame or the matter will be thrown out.

This may seem like a significant amount of time, but there is much that has to be done in that timeline. For instance, all records and documentation of the offense(s) must be collected and organized in a manner that creates a convincing claim. Please find representation as soon as possible after you discover the negligence or mistreatment.

Contact Nursing Home Accident Attorneys

We take all cases on a contingency fee basis: We don't get paid unless you do. To arrange a free initial consultation to discuss your loved one's situation with a skilled lawyer, please contact our office today at 513-322-2194 (Ohio) or 859-212-6730 (Kentucky).