Fort Lee Nursing Home Elopement Attorneys
Holding New Jersey Nursing Homes Accountable for Lax Security
Did your elderly parent get lost after "escaping" from a nursing home or wandering off within the building? Did your loved one suffer injury or assault because of a breach of security or supervision? Did anyone even notice your loved one was missing?
Elder care facilities have a duty to supervise and keep track of patients at all times, to protect them from themselves, from other residents and from dangers such as traffic or hypothermia. Fort Lee nursing home negligence attorney Jae E. Lee and her associates at Jae Lee Law are committed to holding nursing homes accountable for preventable injury or trauma.
Contact our law firm today online or by telephone at 201 346-3800 to speak with an experienced New Jersey nursing home negligence lawyer.
Hackensack Lawyers for Nursing Home Patients Who Wander Off
Some residents with Alzheimer's or dementia accidentally wander off and cannot find their way back. Some residents are known flight risks who need to be monitored. Whatever the circumstances, it can be extremely dangerous when nursing home patients are allowed to roam the hallways, go outdoors alone or wander away from the premises.
In nursing home neglect litigation, we excel at demonstrating the unforgivable security breach, lack of safety protocols, patient neglect and/or understaffing that led to your loved one's wandering off, or elopement. Our goal is to improve the standard of care and hold the nursing home accountable for any trauma or harm such as a falling injury, frostbite, pedestrian accident, assault or a missing persons search.
A Voice for the Vulnerable
For a free initial consultation with an experienced Bergen County nursing home negligence attorney, contact us today online or by telephone at 201 346-3800. Our law firm takes cases on a contingency fee basis, so you do not pay anything unless we win compensation for you.