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It is not always easy to discover nursing home abuse and neglect in California. Nursing home abuse and neglect can take many forms and it is not always simple to uncover because the Signs of Abuse can be difficult to discover. It can take time to discover that a nursing home resident has suffered abuse.An elderly resident whose memory or ability to communicate is impaired may not be able to say what has happened. Visit our Signs of Abuse page to see some very common examples of California nursing home abuse and neglect. It is a wise idea to contact an experienced California elder abuse attorney or nursing home abuse lawyer immediately if you or a loved one is experiencing any of the symptoms of Signs of Abuse.

The best way to detect elder abuse and nursing home abuse in California is to communicate with your loved one. You must give the nursing home resident every opportunity to tell you about the neglect or abuse. If the nursing home resident mentions being neglected or abused, look for some common physical signs of nursing home abuse and neglect. Click here for a FREE nursing home abuse evaluation.

Financial elder abuse in California is another rapidly growing problem. Many times, it is too late to discover the abuse because your loved one has already lost so much money and they are embarrassed to admit it. If your family member seems unable to make decisions concerning their own financial affairs, or has become extremely depressed and seems to have lost the will to leave, they could be a victim of financial elder abuse.

In addition, look for changes in the nursing home patient’s habits and manners. Does your loved one appear scared of the nursing home staff? Are there unexplained injuries? Is there an unexplained refusal or inability to communicate? Is the nursing home staff using physical restraints? Have there been changes in medication while the nursing home patient has been at the nursing home? Are you able to talk to the nursing home staff about the care your loved one is receiving? All of these are signs that abuse may be occurring.

The best thing you can do to remedy nursing home abuse is to contact the law firm of Young & Wallin. We are experienced California nursing home abuse lawyers with a team of investigators that can examine the facility, talk to staff, patients and witnesses.

Young & Wallin are California elder abuse attorneys committed to helping our clients. Our Nursing home abuse and neglect lawyers will help you and your loved ones through this difficult process. We combine compassion with legal expertise to combat nursing home abuse throughout California. Young & Wallin takes each case personally and is with you every step of the way.

Discovering nursing home abuse is not easy, but with an elder abuse attorney and nursing home abuse lawyer on your side, you can assist your loved one in the most effective way. Professional legal help will not only help you receive compensation for you or your loved one but also put a stop to the violation of trust that occurs when you are forced to put a loved one in a nursing home, assuming they are being properly cared for.

Young & Wallin handle California elder abuse and nursing home abuse and neglect cases throughout the state of California including Southern California elder abuse and nursing home abuse and neglect cases in Bakersfield, Barstow, Fresno, Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside, Roseville, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Sacramento, and Ventura, California. As elder abuse attorneys and nursing home abuse attorneys, we also handle elder abuse and nursing home abuse cases out of state on a case-by-case basis.

If you or a loved one thinks you may have been a victim of elder abuse, nursing home abuse or neglect, contact us immediately.

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