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Care Home Negligence: What You Need To Know

Our experienced medical negligence solicitors will help you with any care home negligence claims. It is extremely important that residents in a care home are treated correctly and fairly, some residents are extremely reliant on their keepers and nurses and require treatment to remain happy, safe and comfortable. If treated negligently, the residents of the care homes can feel very strained mentally and physically. Here at Solicitors On Your Side, we believe that everyone deserves the correct treatment, and if you have experienced any form of care home negligence, we highly recommend that you contact one of our solicitors now.

There’s a range of things that be a care home negligence, it is very traumatic to experience it, but our experienced solicitors can help you get the treatment and compensation that you deserve.

Types of Care Home Negligence

There’s a range of things that can be considered as care home negligence, meaning that the residents in the care home are not getting the correct and adequate treatment. It is extremely important for families that their loved ones are treated well, and experiencing negligence can be truly saddening and infuriating, especially when Care Homes can be exceptionally costly.

These include:

  • Failing to provide food and drink. Food and drink is a necessity, and failing to provide them to residents can be seen as an extreme case of negligence.
  • Abuse from staff. The residents of the care home rely on the staff for emotional and physical support, emotional abuse can cause extreme emotional life long trauma.
  • Failing to provide the correct medication. It is detrimental that the staff give the right medication to their residents, with the correct dosage and at the correct time. If they fail to do so,  it can result in devastating damage to the resident’s health.
  • All vulnerable residents are at risk of falls, residents rely on their staff to get the correct treatment, even the smallest falls can cause extreme damage to any resident in the care home.

Residents can also claim for negligence in relation to pressure sores, pressure sores are obtained by laying in bed for a long period of time, proving direct negligence towards the residents of the care home.

How we can help

Here at Solicitors On Your Side, we understand that care home negligence can be an extremely traumatic and stressful experience for anyone, our experienced solicitors will make sure you get the best possible compensation for your case in the most stress-free and easy way. We aim to complete our cases as fast as we can and 95% of our cases and completed within 9 months. Contact Solicitors On Your Side to find out how our experienced solicitors can help you. We will make sure that you or your family member feel comfortable during the entire process, making sure that your story is conveyed clearly, enabling you to get the fairest outcome.

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If you have experienced care home negligence, contact one of our solicitors now to get the best compensation in the most stress-free and easy way,

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