When your elderly loved one moves into a nursing home, your family has a right to expect supervision and protection. Thousands of vulnerable senior citizens are injured every year after wandering away from their building residence or grounds.
In most cases, an elderly resident with Alzheimer's or dementia doesn't understand the dangers involved and becomes confused. It is the responsibility of the staff and management to protect residents from wandering, elopement and other injuries resulting from inadequate supervision.
Dorian, Goldstein, Wisniewski & Orchinik, P.C., is recognized throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania for our diligent representation of families whose loved ones were injured or died because of nursing home negligence or improper supervision. From our main offices in Bensalem, we represent clients throughout Northeast Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. Contact us to arrange a free consultation to discuss your wandering or elopement claim with one of our experienced attorneys.
Our lawyers represent families in all types of nursing home negligence cases, including:
- Wandering and elopement, resident walkout injuries
- Bedsores and pressure ulcers
- Sepsis and bacterial infections
- Assault by staff or residents
- Falls causing injuries
Recognized For Our Aggressive Representation
Several of our lawyers are approved by the AARP Legal Services Network based on the excellent services we provide to senior clients. We know how important it is to protect your elderly loved one's rights and safety. That's why we have been representing individuals and families with negligence claims against nursing homes for several years.
We are familiar with the expected standards of care, state and federal regulations for nursing homes, and the management policies that often lead to nursing home injuries. We also work with independent professionals to investigate nursing home policies and past practices that may lead to a successful recovery of compensation. No recovery, no fee. We don't get paid until you or your loved one gets paid.
Contact us to learn more about protecting your loved one's rights: 215-809-3882.