Wrongful Death Attorney

California Wrongful Death Attorney

Contact our lawyers today to begin the process of filing a wrongful death suit against a nursing home that is responsible for the death of your loved one. By filing a wrongful death suit, you'll retain peace of mind knowing that you have potentially saved the lives of other nursing home residents.

Plus, in order to make the process easier, we offer a free consultation and will only receive compensation if you are awarded for the damages. Contact us today to get started with your wrongful death suit right away.

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Has Your Loved One Been a Victim of Wrongful Death?

Has your loved one died unexpectedly in a nursing home? Are you troubled by the lack of answers or evidence surrounding your loved one's death? Do you suspect that negligence or abuse could be responsible for your loved one's death? If so, then you may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the nursing home that was supposed to be caring for your loved one.

While many nursing homes are effective in their efforts to protect and care for the elderly, there are also thousands of wrongful death incidents each year. Wrongful deaths in nursing homes occur for a wide variety of reasons, but usually involve negligence, abuse, or lack of suitable personnel on the part of the nursing home.

These factors may lead to a wrongful death due to any of the following incidents:

  • Untreated infections
  • Lack of supervision leading to wondering
  • Falls resulting in injury or death
  • Broken bones or fractured bones
  • Unsanitary living conditions
  • Chemical or physical restraints
  • Untreated health conditions
  • Medical negligence

If your loved one has been the victim of any of these unfortunate incidents, then you may be within your rights to file a wrongful death suit against the nursing home or individuals within the nursing home.

There is a two year statute of limitations on Arizona that permits wrongful death lawsuits. Therefore, we urge you to begin the process today.

By starting the process of filing a wrongful death suit against a nursing home, you will not only be on your way to receiving financial compensation for your losses, but you will also help to protect other residents of the nursing home from the same fate as your loved one. After all, the nursing home may not tell other residents or their families that a wrongful death has occurred, which may put them in danger as well.

Often, when a wrongful death has occurred, the nursing home and the involved individuals may try to cover up the true cause of the death by discouraging a lawsuit or hiding evidence that would incriminate the nursing home or individuals working within it. Often, administrators will simply tell a family that an individual died in his or her sleep and there is no further evidence of the cause of death.

However, while a natural death may be the case for many nursing home patients, loved one are within their rights to request and even require further information. Don't forget that there is a care professional on staff 24 hours a day to provide service to the nursing home residents. You should always be able to get the answers you're looking for - especially when it comes to uncovering the cause of a death.