Did you or a loved one suffer an injury due to elder abuse or neglect at a nursing home facility? You may be entitled to compensation.
Our Nebraska nursing home lawyers represent residents of nursing homes, assisted living facilities and other long-term care centers throughout Nebraska.
We have the experienced required to pursue legal action against nursing homes and elder care facilities of all sizes. You can contact a member of our legal team anytime for free case evaluation and consultation.
Nursing home abuse occurs when an elder resident is abused or neglected at a nursing home or assisted living facility. Nursing home abuse can result from a variety of situations including, but not limited to the following:
If you suspect that you or a loved one suffered from nursing home abuse or neglect you may be entitled to compensation by filing a nursing home lawsuit. With the help of an experienced attorney, many nursing home residents in Nebraska are able to recover financial compensation for damages caused by nursing homes, healthcare providers and others who have acted negligently.
Our experienced Nebraska nursing home lawyers can help you file a complaint and pursue legal action for nursing home abuse or neglect.
If you believe nursing abuse or neglect are taking place at a Nebraska healthcare facility then you should file an official complaint as soon as possible.
At National Nursing Home Lawyers we are dedicated to helping victims of nursing home abuse and neglect. You can contact us anytime to receive help with filing an official complaint with the State of Nebraska.
We have offices across the state of Nebraska including:
Even if our offices are not in your city, we happily serve clients in: Adams County, Antelope County, Arthur County, Banner County, Blaine County, Boone County, Box Butte County, Boyd County, Brown County, Buffalo County, Burt County, Butler County, Cass County, Cedar County, Chase County, Cherry County, Cheyenne County, Clay County, Colfax County, Cuming County, Custer County, Dakota County, Dawes County, Dawson County, Deuel County, Dixon County, Dodge County, Douglas County, Dundy County, Fillmore County, Franklin County, Frontier County, Furnas County, Gage County, Garden County, Garfield County, Gosper County, Grant County, Greeley County, Hall County, Hamilton County, Harlan County, Hayes County, Hitchcock County, Holt County, Hooker County, Howard County, Jefferson County, Johnson County, Kearney County, Keith County, Keya Paha County, Kimball County, Knox County, Lancaster County, Lincoln County, Logan County, Loup County, Madison County, McPherson County, Merrick County, Morrill County, Nance County, Nemaha County, Nuckolls County, Otoe County, Pawnee County, Perkins County, Phelps County, Pierce County, Platte County, Polk County, Red Willow County, Richardson County, Rock County, Saline County, Sarpy County, Saunders County, Scotts Bluff County, Seward County, Sheridan County, Sherman County, Sioux County, Stanton County, Thayer County, Thomas County, Thurston County, Valley County, Washington County, Wayne County, Webster County, Wheeler County, and York County.
Were you or a loved one abused or neglect while staying in a Nebraska nursing home? Our team of experienced nursing home abuse attorneys are here to help.
Contact us today for a free case evaluation and consultation
If you or a loved one are victims of nursing home abuse in Nebraska you may be entitled to compensation. Talk to our Nebraska nursing home lawyers today!
You can report nursing home abuse in Nebraska by contacting an experienced attorney or by contacting the State directly.
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If you or a loved one have been the victim of nursing home abuse or neglect, you may be eligible for financial compensation.
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