If you are seeking an elder abuse attorney to represent you, an important consideration is the attorney’s history with elder abuse cases. Elder law is an extensive practice area. Some attorneys handle many different types of law and claim to, but do not specialize in elder abuse. At Pintas & Mullins Law Firm, we dedicate our practice to serving the victims of elder abuse. If you or a family member is the victim of abuse perpetrated by a senior living facility, you may be entitled to recover compensation for injuries. Contact our office immediately.
When searching for an elder abuse lawyer, you should know what your legal needs are. This will help you to narrow your search to find the best attorney for elder abuse. For example, if your claim involves physical abuse, you may not want to hire an attorney or law firm whose primary focus is handling elder financial exploitation claims or some other unrelated elder law issue.
Finding the Best Attorney for Elder Abuse
There are other factors to consider when finding an elder abuse lawyer that is right for you. When consulting with a prospective elder abuse attorney, you will want to ask about their:
- Familiarity with applicable state elder abuse laws.
- Legal specializations.
- Track record for success.
- Attorney’s fees.
- Disciplinary history.
- Experience handling your type of legal issue.
- Status of their license to practice law.
Another important consideration when deciding which attorney best fits your needs is their professionalism and demeanor. In some cases, elder abuse claims can take years to reach a resolution. It is important to remember that you will be working with the attorney you hire regularly over a long period of time. So, it is important to ensure that you can work with this attorney effectively.
Your attorney should be able to handle your case with compassion, discretion, and competence. Elder abuse is a sensitive and complex issue. Therefore, establishing a good rapport and working relationship with an attorney is essential to an effective claim.
We welcome your questions about our elder abuse practice. We are available to speak with you about your case 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. If you have concerns and want to find the best attorney for elder abuse, contact Pintas & Mullins Law Firm today for a free and confidential consultation.
Let Us Be Your Legal Advocates in Your Elder Abuse Case
If you notice that a loved one is displaying signs of elder abuse, we may able to assist you. The National Institute on Aging has indicated that some of the signs of elder abuse may include:
- Poor hygiene.
- Trouble sleeping.
- Bedsores or other preventable conditions.
- Trouble sleeping.
- Withdrawal from social activities.
- Unexplained bruises, scars, or burns.
- Violent outbursts or reactions.
- Inexplicable weight loss.
Having a nursing home lawyer on your side could make all the difference in the outcome of your claim. Some of the services that we provide our injury clients include:
- Pursue your claim in court.
- Document all relevant dates and details.
- Gather evidence.
- Help obtain medical treatment.
- Review medical records.
- Interview witnesses.
- Hire medical experts.
- File a complaint.
- Negotiate a settlement on your behalf.
- Traveling to you to discuss your legal options
If you want to find the best attorney for elder abuse, Pintas & Mullins Law Firm can assist you. We will pursue your claim to the fullest extent possible, so you can focus on getting better. Nursing homes often settle abuse claims by compensating victims out of court. This can be an ideal result for both victims and nursing facilities, as it avoids the major expenses and long delays to a resolution that often accompany a trial. However, we will pursue your claim in court, if necessary.
We represent our clients with injury claims on a contingency basis. This means that we charge no fees unless we recover compensation for you. In most states, the law limits the time that you have to pursue your claim. So, do not hesitate to contact Pintas & Mullins Law Firm to discuss your case.
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