Pawleys Island and South Carolina Nursing Home Abuse Law Firm

The Hopkins Law Firm proudly represents victims of Nursing Home Abuse. As a Nursing Home Resident you have rights, including the right to respectful treatment, and receiving a standard of Medical Treatment of reasonable standards by the home. The question always seems to be what does reasonable mean? Reasonable means receiving the care you deserve as it compares to other medical facilities offering similar care. Unfortunately, in some nursing homes this care does not always reach a level considered "Reasonable", and sometimes residents are outright abused. If this happens to you or your loved one you have rights.

It is devastating for a family when they learn that a parent or relative living in a nursing home has been abused or neglected. The Hopkins Law firm will help determine what happened. We help you establish facts through investigation and we will fight for fair compensation for your loved one's injuries, abuse or neglect.

South Carolina Signs of Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect:

Sometimes the signs of Abuse and Neglect are not apparent. In most cases there may only be slight or faint changes in your loved one’s physical or emotional health. Many Nursing Homes and Residential Care Facilities my deny the slight changes or deny any wrongdoing on their part so most family members are left with confused feelings and unanswered questions after visiting a loved one. During our Free Consultation, we will explain these signs and review the facts with you. The Hopkins Law Firm will investigate the Nursing home or Care Facility to see if there is evidence of neglect and take legal action if necessary.

Here are some things to look for:

  • Malnutrition
  • Injuries from falls
  • Dehydration
  • Bedsores
  • Lake of Consistent Medication
  • Physical or Mental Abuse
  • Untreated Injuries
  • Decubitus Ulcers

If you suspect your loved one has been injured or abused by nursing home negligence or abuse? Contact the Hopkins Law Firm for a Free Consultation today.