Nursing Home Abuse

We trust nursing homes and assisted living facilities to take care of our parents, aunts, uncles and other cherished loved ones. It can be devastating when that trust is violated. If you believe your family member is a victim of nursing home abuse or neglect, it is in your best interest to discuss your situation with an experienced personal injury attorney.

At Dalby & Lowrance, LLC, our team has more than 45 years of personal injury experience in Utah. Our firm has been built on a foundation of client service, where we take the time to understand the unique needs of our clients and build a strong case focused on achieving their goals.

We can help you hold the nursing home accountable for your loved one's injury. Call toll free 801-446-6464 for a free consultation with our Salt Lake City nursing home abuse lawyers.

Signs Of Neglect

One of the most common symptoms of nursing home neglect is decubitus ulcers, commonly known as bedsores. If your loved one has bedsores, you need to know that they are entirely preventable. The only way patients experience these sores is when they are left without being moved for long stretches of time. Simply paying attention to patients enough to turn them over in their beds can prevent bedsores. Other signs of neglect include falls, malnutrition and lacking cleanliness.

Full Compensation For The Victims Of Neglect And Abuse

Nursing homes are ultimately accountable for what goes on under their roofs. Whether patients are being abused because of poor hiring practices (hiring felons and others with poor records) or inadequate staffing that leads to neglect, we will hold them accountable for their negligence and seek the full compensation patients are entitled to under the law.

Put our experience on your side to level the playing field. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your potential claim with a lawyer from our firm.