Bergen County Injury Attorneys Fighting Nursing Home Abuse

Residents are Entitled to Respect and Dignity

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For decades, our Rockland County injury attorneys have championed the rights of nursing home residents and their families. We have a zero tolerance policy against nursing home neglect and abuse. Our reputation for results in negotiated settlements and litigation is proof of that commitment.

The number of nursing homes that have faced accusations of serious injuries to their residents is on the rise. As many as a quarter of all facilities in the Northeast U.S. have been reported for nursing home abuse and/or neglect.

If your New York or New Jersey family has had to confront this ugly side of the nursing home where your senior loved one resides, you can trust our experienced personal injury law firm to fight for justice for you and your family.

KGG lawyer Barry S. Kantrowitz investigates your suspicion that abuse or neglect is causing injury to your relative. He brings his findings to nursing home owners and operators, and holds them accountable in a court of law, if necessary. When nursing homes are held accountable for abuse and neglect, you are also preventing other individuals from needless suffering.

New York and New Jersey Lawyers You Can Trust to Protect Your Rights

Our KGG nursing home attorneys should be notified if you notice one or more of these signs of patient abuse or nursing home injuries:

For our personal injury and wrongful death cases, we offer our representation on a contingency fee basis. This means you owe us no attorney fees unless we secure a settlement or verdict on your behalf. You can focus on your family without concern as to how to afford our services.

Has a Nursing Home Betrayed Your Trust? We Can Help

Contact our Rockland County injury lawyers today at 800-660-7843. We also respond promptly to your email messages as well completed contact forms on our website. An evening appointment is available by request. You can put our quality legal assistance to work for you and your family, as well as other individuals who may not be able to speak out for themselves.