The quality of care provided by home health care, assisted living and skilled care facilities varies widely. Medical professionals who provide elder care – no matter the setting – owe their patients sufficient care to protect them from injury and avoidable illness.
Common forms of elder abuse, include:
We Can Help You Navigate the Aftermath of Elder Abuse.
Like medical malpractice cases, elder abuse cases are very complex. Often times these cases have multiple at-fault parties, including the caregiver(s) and the medical facility. These parties have high-powered attorneys and large insurance companies on their side. They make it difficult for victims to get the compensation they deserve.
Together, Matt Casey, Matt Devoti and Anne Brockland have over 50 years of experience handling elder abuse cases. We understand the importance of early detection and thorough investigations in order to build a case against the liable parties. We are highly skilled trial lawyers who will stand up to large insurance companies and aggressively fight for the compensation you deserve.
We understand that you may be under a great deal of physical pain, but also emotional pain from mounting medical bills, the inability to work or the loss of a loved one. You can rest assured that we will work tirelessly to recover compensation for your medical expenses, pain and suffering related to your abuse case.
‘It’s Almost Like a Ghost Town.’ Most Nursing Homes Overstated Staffing for Years
National Center on Elder Abuse
Nursing Home Compare
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Five-Star Quality Rating System
The Casey, Devoti & Brockland difference is – you won’t be treated like just another case number.
Your personal injury claim is our first priority.
We know you have many questions. Our highly accessible attorneys have the answers.
Partners Matt Casey, Matt Devoti and Anne Brockland will meet with you for a free, no-obligation consultation in order to review the circumstances of your injury.
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