Elder Abuse & Neglect Litigation

Richard Ingle, Esq., has extensive experience working with, and against, the owners of hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and in home care agencies. If you suspect that you or your loved one has been subjected to elder abuse or neglect, Ingle Law Office can help.

 

Elders and dependent adults must rely on others to assist them with many, if not all, of their activities of daily living; e.g., hygiene, food, mobility, medications, doctor appointments, finances, and the like. Far too frequently the owners of hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and in home care agencies, nurses, doctors, and other care providers abuse, neglect, and cause their vulnerable clients substantial financial loss, severe injuries, or death. Ingle Law Office serves these clients with two goals in mind: secure maximum compensation for those harmed by the reckless and fraudulent conduct of others and hold those responsible for the conduct accountable.

Signs of Abuse and Neglect
  • Repeated falls
  • Bed sores
  • Fractures
  • Head injuries
  • Dehydration
  • Malnutrition
  • Severe bruising
  • Overmedication
  • Failures to administer medications
  • Uncontrolled diabetes
  • Untreated infections
  • Wandering unassisted or unsupervised
  • Property theft or misappropriation
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Why Choose Us

Ingle Law Office handles every matter with the personal attention, creativity, and commitment necessary to achieve the most efficient and effective results.

Attorney

When you hire an attorney, you need to know your attorney is listening and has your best interests in mind. You also need to know your attorney will not hesitate to go to court and aggressively advocate for your rights when necessary.

Strategy

Legal needs are as different as the people involved. Every matter, regardless of how similar it appears on the surface, is different. The only way to obtain high quality legal services that will meet your particular need is to hire an attorney who will listen, understand, and create a plan to address the unique issues involved.

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