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Elder Abuse & Nursing Home Neglect
Defining Elder Abuse
Elder abuse is a term used to refer to any act by an individual that intentionally or negligently exploits an elderly person and brings harm to him or her. Elder abuse can take many forms including physical abuse, emotional abuse, psychological abuse, sexual abuse, and financial abuse. Legislatures in all 50 states have passed some form of laws that assist with preventing abuse of the elderly.
Understanding Nursing Home Elder Abuse
When abuse occurs to the elderly in nursing homes or other long-term care facilities, it often does not involve just one bad actor; rather, elder abuse at nursing homes and other long-term care facilities often involves numerous care providers and sometimes, non-care providers, who act intentionally or negligently in providing care to a resident which results in harm.
Nursing Home Abuse Attorney Brian P. Murphy
Brian P. Murphy, Esq. devotes his law practice to focusing on elder abuse at Philadelphia / Pennsylvania and New Jersey nursing homes. He has spent years holding wrongdoing nursing homes accountable for their abuse and neglect of the elderly. If you believe that your loved one has been subjected to nursing home abuse or neglect, contact Mr. Murphy today. He will provide you a free, one-on-one consultation and explain to you in an easy-to-understand way your loved one’s rights and all legal options at your disposal.
Warning Signs of Nursing Home Elder Abuse
Here are some tell-tale signs that abuse to the elderly is occurring in a nursing home:
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