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A nursing home is supposed to provide the medical attention and level of care that your family cannot. It is unforgivable for your elderly or disabled loved one to suffer harm through abusive or substandard care. Yet it happens all too often.
Elderly victims often cannot report these shocking situations themselves, or may be intimidated or embarrassed to do so. Family members may be concerned about unexplained accidents or injuries, or sudden changes in behavior, but are unsure what to do about it.
If you suspect an injury, serious illness or death resulted from nursing home negligence or neglect, the lawyers at Rhoades & Morrow can help you determine if abuse is taking place and hold the facility accountable for the care your loved one deserves. Our attorneys handle nursing home cases in New Castle County and throughout Delaware. Contact us for a free case evaluation.
By law and any standard of decency, nursing home residents deserve quality medical treatment, attentive personal care and the comforts to die with dignity. Many privately owned care centers may not be adequately staffed or managed to deliver the mandated level of care. Those facilities are accountable for monetary damages for wrongful death, preventable harm and needless suffering such as:
Over the years, we have assembled a network of medical and nursing care experts who can review the records and testify to the negligence, neglect or abuse. Our legal team can investigate similar incidents, the background of medical and non-medical personnel, and other indications of substandard care. These cases are often settled by arbitration under provisions of the nursing care contract. Our role is to hold the facility accountable and ensure compensation for medical intervention, pain and suffering, and lasting harm.
For a free initial consultation with an experienced Bear nursing home negligence lawyer at Rhoades & Morrow, call our Wilmington office at 302-427-9500 or contact us online. We also have an offices in Bear and Milford for your convenience. We can arrange evening and weekend appointments, as well as home or hospital visits.
Statement Regarding Coronavirus Disease ("Covid-19"):
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Rhoades & Morrow Statement Regarding Coronavirus Disease ("Covid-19")
Rhoades & Morrow continues to monitor the situation regarding the Coronavirus Disease (“Covid-19”). The health and safety of our clients, visitors to our office, as well as our attorneys and staff, is most important to us.
The Superior Court of the State of Delaware announced that effective March 16, 2020, all civil and criminal trials have been suspended through and including April 15, 2020. Our offices continue to operate during normal business hours. However, we have implemented policies to minimize contact and exposure. We are happy to reschedule any in-person meetings to a later date or conduct the meeting by telephone.
If you are sick, are under quarantine, have been exposed to someone who may have contracted Covid-19, we ask that you reschedule your appointment or make other arrangements for a telephone meeting. If you are at a higher risk of illness from Covid-19, please consider changing in-person meetings to a telephone conference, if possible.
Below are some tips to keep you and your loved ones healthy:
We are all in this together and everyone can work together to stay healthy. If you have any concerns, please feel free to contact us