Home Health Agency Abuse in California

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What are the signs of home health agency elder abuse?

Unfortunately, many individuals face home health agency abuse every day. This inappropriate behavior can be realized from a lot of different elements, and in some instances, elderly patients will withhold from recounting the acts of abuse out of reluctance. Because of this, it is imperative to have an awareness of the most distinctive signs of abuse. Some of the most common signs of abuse that our firm has seen include the following:

  • Unexplained cuts or bruises
  • Sudden changes in the person’s behavior
  • Cash or other possessions from the home go missing
  • Signs of fear around certain aids/nurses
  • Falls

What steps should I take if I suspect this is occurring to my loved one?

If there are one incident or multiple incidents of home health agency abuse, it is important that you report them as soon as possible to either law enforcement or the California Department of Public Health. By accomplishing this, you can help ensure the elderly person receives the medical care and safe conditions he or she needs. It is important to note that a plaintiff can only successfully seek legal action against a home health agency if he or she can prove that the incident(s) of abuse really happened. The best way a plaintiff can accomplish this is by capturing photos and videos, or by providing medical documentation consistent with an allegation of abuse or neglect. Give our firm a call today to learn more about the details of your case and your options. We are here to help ensure your loved one is covered.

What is the deadline for elder abuse claims?

It is important to recognize that in the state of California, there is a time limit on elder abuse claims. This time limit is typically two years. This indicates that a plaintiff will only have two years from the date the incident of abuse happened to seek legal action against the party accountable.

Do not hesitate to reach out to our firm today to talk about your options if you or a loved one has faced examples of home health agency abuse. Our legal team has the background and knowledge required to make sure that you meet all of your claim’s deadlines. We are here for you and your loved ones.

Contact our experienced California firm

Here at Cowdrey Jenkins, LLP, we have significant experience representing clients through a wide array of elder abuse matters, and we are prepared to assist you as well. Contact us today.