Was Your Loved One Injured In A Nursing Home?
Watching a parent’s health decline or taking care of a loved one following a serious accident or onset of a disability is never easy. Grown children are often unable to provide round-the-clock assistance their parents need as they age due to the demands of their jobs and their own families. Many turn to assisted living facilities and nursing homes to provide the specialized care, medical treatment and increased protection that their family members need.
Sadly, understaffing, inadequate training and poor management can lead to injuries, serious illnesses or deaths that could have been prevented. We can help.
Helping Individuals And Families Throughout North Mississippi
At the law firm of Bailey, Womble & Yelton, the well-being and dignity of your loved one is our greatest concern. Every instance of abuse or neglect must be revealed and responsible parties must be held accountable.
If you suspect that a loved one is suffering from a medical mistake, negligence or abuse, let our experienced nursing home injury attorneys listen to your concerns, research your unique situation and advise you of your legal options. Common issues leading to nursing home injuries include:
- Negligence and abuse by staff or employees
- Inadequate security
- Failure to diagnose or misdiagnosis of serious medical conditions
- Medication errors
- Failure to protect impaired patients from wandering off
- Ignoring do not resuscitate (DNR) instructions
Respect. Results. Relief.
Since 1967, our firm has provided professional and caring assistance to innumerable personal injury victims and their families in Panola County and in the surrounding counties. With a reputation for compassionate assistance and a long track record of successful results in the courtroom, the legal team at Bailey, Womble & Yelton will handle the legal details of your case so you can concentrate on your family’s needs.
Call us in Batesville at 662-267-1776 or toll-free at 866-970-4650 to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer, or you may email us your questions and concerns.