If you suspect that your senior loved one is suffering needlessly from cruel nursing home neglect and abuse in Central Illinois, we have the skilled, client-focused attorneys who work hard to achieve justice for you — and the experience that wins.
At The Law Offices of Goldfine & Bowles, P.C., in Peoria, Bloomington and Galesburg, we bring an effective team approach to investigation, negotiation and litigation to your side when an elderly relative becomes the victim of nursing home negligence.
At the first sign of a patient’s bruise, contusion, bedsore or instance of wandering from a nursing home (elopement), you should contact one of our lawyers immediately.
Your initial consultation with our experienced personal injury attorneys is free of charge. The contingency fee basis for our work means that you owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.
Aggressively Protecting The Rights Of Vulnerable Illinois Seniors And Their Families
Warning signs of nursing home abuse and neglect you should watch for include:
- Unexplained cuts, burns, sprains or fractures
- Sudden changes in behavior
- Staff’s refusal to allow visitors to see a resident
- Staff’s refusal to allow a resident to be alone with his or her visitor
- Conditions of over-medication
- Theft of a resident’s possessions or curious withdrawals from his or her bank accounts
- Abrupt, mysterious changes in a last will and testament, or other financial or estate documents
Many nursing homes are understaffed. Some personnel have been poorly trained and do not feel the empathy for residents that they should. Patients are not turned in their beds regularly, resulting in painful bedsores. Pharmacists can commit medication errors. No matter how your senior loved one became a victim of nursing home negligence and abuse, Goldfine & Bowles attorneys can help return him or her to a setting that promotes a dignified lifestyle.
For a free initial consultation with a Peoria nursing home abuse attorney from Goldfine & Bowles, contact us by calling toll free at 309-673-5144 or reaching us by email. We can meet with you at one of our conveniently located law offices, your home or your senior relative’s facility.