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Unattended Health Issues

Neglect in a Los Angeles Nursing Home or Assisted Living Facility

Any nursing home is required to give patients the medical care they need, including a standard level of care that properly tends to their health issues. Diagnosing and treating any of the many health problems that often come with old age is a crucial part of the care that a Los Angeles nursing home or assisted living facility should provide. In the presence of negligence, however, unattended health issues may be a big problem. These may lead to serious injuries or the wrongful death of an elderly patient.

Contact a Los Angeles nursing home neglect attorney at our law offices today if you are interested in a free initial consultation to discuss your case and your legal options. With our experienced legal representation and the level of client service we provide in order to better guide you through this often complicated process, you will find that your nursing home negligence claim is in good hands. If an unattended health issue led to serious injury or the loss of a loved one, do not hesitate to discuss your legal options with a lawyer at our law firm.

About Unattended Health Problems

What causes unattended health problems? Health issues may go unnoticed or unattended in an understaffed facility or in the presence of medical malpractice. For example, a negligent caregiver may not notice signs that may indicate a serious health problem such as dementia, stroke, Alzheimer's, arthritis, or heart disease. Failing to recognize and properly diagnose these conditions may be extremely serious, as my knowing about these conditions and failing to provide proper medical care.

If an unattended health issue led to your loved one's injuries, contact a nursing home negligence lawyer at our firm for help with your claim against a Los Angeles nursing home.


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