Unexplained Injury Or Death
Why Did Your Loved One Die? Persistent And Dedicated Investigations Of Nursing Home Injuries
If your elderly parent or family member died unexpectedly, took a sudden turn for the worse, or has mysterious cuts or bruises, something happened. You should not accept a vague explanation of “natural causes” or “we don’t know.”
Unexplained injuries, illness or death should raise red flags about negligent care or abuse at the nursing home.
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Attorney Diana Rhodes is skilled at conducting thorough investigations, at finding the cause of the death of a loved one, and at determining whether your loved one was the victim of neglect or abuse. She has practiced for 20 years in personal injury and wrongful death, and spent 15 years in patient care and hospital administration. She has a proven record of uncovering the truth and holding elder care facilities accountable.
Unexplained Injuries Or Death
Nursing homes are required by law to report accidents and incidents (a) to state authorities and (b) to the patient’s family. If your loved one has bruises, wounds, complaints of pain, or a new illness, you should ask questions and get answers. If your loved one is unusually withdrawn, quiet or sad, or tries to change the subject, you should investigate to determine the reason for their changed behavior.
You should ask questions and ask to see reports, and contact a lawyer if you are not satisfied with the answer about unexplained injury or death.
There is always a specific cause of death. You deserve to know the cause of an unexplained or sudden death of a loved one.
No Cost To You For Us To Look Into It
Sometimes injuries or deaths really are unexplained — no known incident, no apparent medical reason. But if you have questions, you deserve answers. We offer a free case evaluation and if we take your case, there are no attorney fees unless you recover compensation. Contact us by phone, e-mail or fax.