Nursing Home Negligence

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Kansas City Nursing Home Negligence Lawyers

If you or someone you love has suffered a personal injury as a result of nursing home malpractice or abuse, we can help you get the medical care & financial compensation you deserve.

Sharing over 100 years of legal experience, our partners understand the difficulties families face when they have been affected by nursing home negligence. Offering compassionate & caring counsel in our office, we will not back down from a challenge in court.

Nursing home negligence is all too common, and often the first people to notice the signs are family members and friends. If you have any reason to believe that someone you love has suffered a serious personal injury as the result of malpractice, abuse, or negligence, we are here to listen to your concerns and help you evaluate your claim.

Possible signs of negligence include:

  • Malnutrition
  • Unexplained falls
  • Bedsores
  • Bruising
  • Dehydration

With elderly residents, all it takes is one accident to lead to serious personal injuries. If your loved one’s nursing home has failed to protect him or her once, you want an advocate who will fight for you, looking out for the best interests of your family.

At The Popham Law Firm, we understand how difficult this can be on your family, both emotionally and financially. That’s why we handle all nursing home negligence cases on a contingency basis. You will not have to pay any legal bills until you get the compensation you deserve, allowing you to focus on doing what’s best for your family.

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