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Has your loved one been injured or killed in a Missouri nursing home?  Contact Mr. Campbell today for the experienced legal help you need!  You will never pay a fee unless we get you money!

Mr. Campbell will aggressively fight for your loved one’s rights.  He has collected Millions of Dollars for his clients who have been injured or killed in Missouri, including nursing homes.  Mr. Campbell will give you the care and attention you need during this terrible time in your life.  He focuses his nursing home legal practice on all Missouri towns south of I-70 Highway including: Kansas City, Warrensburg, Sedalia, Columbia, Jefferson City, Washington, Rolla, Lebanon, Farmington, Cape Girardeau, Carthage, Springfield, Joplin, West Plains, Poplar Bluff, and Lake of the Ozarks.

Elderly nursing home residents are likely to be more physically frail and unable to fight back or report abusers.  They may not see or hear as well as before or think as clearly as they once did, and this leaves them open to abuse.  According to Elder Abuse Reporting tens of thousands of seniors in the United States are being abused or harmed by the people who are responsible for their care.  Abuse can either be physical, sexual, emotional, or financial.  Some signs of physical and emotional elderly abuse and neglect are as follows:
Unexplained injuries such as scars, welts or bruises
The caregiver’s refusal to let you see the senior resident alone
Restraint signs such as marks on wrists and ankles
Broken eyeglasses
Sprains, strains, dislocations, or broken bones

More medication remaining than prescribed
Senior behavior that looks like dementia such as mumbling to one’s self, rocking or sucking
Unusual weight loss or dehydration
Bed sores
Soiled bedding and clothes, dirt or bugs
Unbathed or being left dirty
Clothing that is not proper for the weather

 

Complaints concerning elderly abuse, neglect and financial exploitation should first be reported to the Missouri Division of Senior Services Elder Abuse Hotline, 800-392-0210.  In 2011, there were 17,571 reports of elderly abuse and neglect in Missouri according to the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services.  A nursing home or facility resident has the right to:

·         Be free from mental and physical abuse

·         Be informed of his or her medical condition

·         Select his or her own physician

·         Participate in planning his or her care

·         Refuse treatment

·         Voice grievances

·         Be treated with respect and dignity

·         Have treatments provided in privacy

You can find out how any licensed Missouri long-term care facility did on its last inspection.  Check out Show Me Long Term Care in Missouri for this information.

When nursing home abuse is suspected, family members often feel angry and frustrated over the violation of trust by a facility that was supposed to care properly for a loved one. With over four decades of legal experience, Mr. Campbell is extremely knowledgeable about all types of nursing home abuse and neglect. If you suspect a loved one has been neglected or abused in a nursing home, contact our office immediately. You will never pay a fee unless we get you money!

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