If you or a loved one trusted a home health care agency to assist after an injury or illness, only to find the home health care agency abused you or your loved one, you can turn to an effective South Carolina home health care abuse lawyer from our firm to fight for you. Contact Mann, Blake & Jackson today to schedule your initial consultation with our seasoned firm.
South Carolina Home Health Care Abuse Lawyer | Here to Help
Mann, Blake & Jackson believes that anyone who has been harmed because of neglect or abuse deserves a fair shake. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with the competent legal assistance they need after being harmed by wrongdoing, and we are here to put our years of legal experience to work for you. If you or your loved one was harmed by a home health care agency, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our experienced South Carolina elder abuse attorneys.
Signs of Home Health Care Abuse
There are several potential signs of elder abuse that everyone should look out for. In fact, looking for signs of elder abuse can even save your loved one’s life. Just some of the most common signs of elder abuse are as follows:
- Possessions going missing
- Changes in behavior
- Weight loss
- Complaints of abuse or neglect
Statute of Limitations for Elder Abuse Cases
The statute of limitations is the amount of time a person has to file an injury claim in South Carolina. Typically, the statute of limitations for home health care abuse is three years. This means you or your loved one have three years to file your claim. The sooner you bring your claim to our attention, however, the sooner we can begin the fight for your rightful compensation.
Contact a South Carolina Home Health Care Abuse Lawyer
The bottom line is that if you suspect abuse or neglect when it comes to your loved one’s home health care needs, you should strongly consider retaining competent legal assistance. Our firm has years of experience helping people just like you, and we can put that experience to work for you. Home health care agencies have a duty to treat their patients with dignity and respect, and when they neglect or abuse their responsibilities, they deserve to be held accountable for their actions. We are here to help. Contact Mann, Blake & Jackson today to schedule your free initial consultation with our competent legal team.