Wyatt Law Firm, Ltd.
You Only Pay If We Win

Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Archives

Risk factors that put some seniors at increased risk of abuse

Making the decision to place an elderly loved one in the care of a nursing home or medical facility is not easy. Family members often spend a lot of time researching options and figuring how to pay for accommodations, and they want to feel confident that their loved ones are in a place where they are safe and treated with dignity.

Is your loved one at risk in a Texas nursing home?

When your parent moved into a nursing home assisted living facility, you both likely experienced a big period of adjustment. You may have been quite used to stopping by his or her house for a visit after work. In fact, you might have grown up in that house and experienced a roller coaster of emotions when the time came to put it up for sale. Other adult children in Texas have gone through similar experiences.

Elders deserve better than they receive in some nursing homes

Placing an elderly loved one into a nursing home can cause family members a considerable amount of trepidation. News stories and rumors regarding the abuse that occurs in nursing homes make it difficult for you and your family to know which facility to trust.

What to do when a loved one has died in a nursing home

You probably remember the day your parent moved into the nursing home you had carefully chosen together. Such times are often highly emotional, and many adult children experience worry and anxiety, wondering whether they made the right choices for their loved ones. Whether your parent spent only a few weeks in residence before passing away, or had been living in the same Texas facility for a longer period of time, it's never easy when the time comes to say goodbye.

The insurance company is already building a case.

Start your case now.

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

Email Us Today

21 Lynn Batts Lane
Suite 10
San Antonio, TX 78218

Phone: 210-255-2231
Fax: 210-340-5581
San Antonio Law Office Map