Elder abuse occurs when an elderly person is abused, mistreated, or otherwise harmed by another person. These cases frequently arise in nursing homes, adult daycare facilities, or in-home care, but other people, including family members and friends, may be responsible for elder abuse as well. People who have suffered elder abuse deserve to be heard and when they are unable to protect themselves, family members and loved ones can give them a voice.
If you believe that your elderly loved one has been physically, financially, or otherwise harmed by someone preying on their weaknesses and disabilities, contact a Pikeville elder abuse attorney at Gary C. Johnson, P.S.C, to discuss the details. No one, especially the elderly, should have to suffer harm at the hands of another person and those who have inflicted harm on your loved one should have to answer for their actions.
There are different types of elder abuse and some types are easier to recognize than others. In some cases, elder abuse is not even discovered until years after it begins and sometimes it’s not discovered until the elderly victim’s death. See below for different types of abuse.
When someone’s wrongful conduct has caused your elderly loved one to suffer injuries and damages, your loved one deserves to be compensated. Contact a Pikeville elder abuse lawyer at Gary C. Johnson, P.S.C., to schedule a free consultation.
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