Each year the number of individuals in nursing homes and assisted living facilities increases, and each year thousands of these patients die or are seriously injured as a result of abuse or neglect. The leading cause of this substandard care is deliberate understaffing by corporations that place profit over the value of human life. Our nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers in Spartanburg are proud to help victims and their families navigate the legal system and pursue fair compensation.
If your parent or loved one has been injured or died in a nursing home, it may be due to neglect or abuse. You are not alone in dealing with this difficult situation. The lawyers of the Hodge & Langley Law Firm will investigate on your behalf to determine if your loved one's injuries were caused by abuse or neglect, and if so, we will hold the facility fully responsible to obtain the compensation you deserve. Just as importantly the nursing home will learn that it can no longer put profits above lives.
Our nursing home negligence lawyers in Spartanburg offer a free initial consultation to discuss your nursing home abuse case. We handle nursing home negligence cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay nothing up front for our legal services. If we are successful, our fee will be a percentage of the settlement or award we obtain for you; if we are not successful, you will owe us no attorney fees or costs.
Some specific examples of nursing home negligence and abuse include:
At Hodge & Langley Law Firm, we believe in practicing with integrity. That means we will never guarantee a particular outcome of a case no matter how strong the evidence seems to be in our client’s favor. Although we cannot promise to secure a particular dollar figure, we can help you understand the factors that might impact the potential value of your claim. They include:
Contact Hodge & Langley Law Firm today for a free consultation with experienced South Carolina nursing home abuse lawyers.
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