Nursing Home Elopement Lawsuits
Lack of Supervision in Beaverton Nursing Homes
Placing a loved one in the care of a nursing home facility is a task not taken lightly. It is likely you did your research on different facilities and finally settled on one that you trusted would look after your loved one. If an injury has occurred due to your loved one “wandering off,” you want to know how such an accident was ever allowed to have happened.
At Weimar Law Offices, our Oregon nursing home elopement and elder abuse attorney provides skilled legal services to families. If you believe your loved one’s injuries were caused when he or she “wandered off” due to lack of supervision, we can talk to you about your options.
Elderly people are in nursing homes because they cannot care for themselves and require supervision. If your loved one has been injured in an elopement due to negligent nursing home staff, schedule a free consultation with our attorney to discuss what happened. Call our offices directly at (503) 640-5000.
Was Your Elderly Parent or Other Loved One Seriously Injured?
Our nursing home negligence department provides skilled legal services to families who suspect nursing home abuse and neglect. If your loved one has been injured by wandering off due to any of the following, we can help:
- Lack of supervision
- Improper security, such as unlocked doors
Elopement and wandering off can result in falls, and in the most tragic of circumstances, death. Whether your family is dealing with a fatal accident, a head injury or a neck, back or spine injury, we know you have many questions and concerns.
Weimar Law Offices understands the questions and concerns your family has at this time. We know you took great care to place your loved one in a nursing home. If an injury or death has occurred, you want an advocate who will give your claim the full attention it deserves.
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Beaverton area: (503) 640-5000
If you suspect that an elderly loved one’s injuries were caused by wandering off due to lack of supervision, contact us to schedule a free consultation with our lawyer.
Our firm handles all nursing home negligence claims on a contingent fee basis, meaning that you will not be asked to pay any legal fees unless we obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf.