Nursing Home Neglect

Call our nursing home neglect attorneys here at The Baim Law Firm at: 870.534.2941

Nursing Home Neglect

Nursing homes around Arkansas are being fined for unsafe and neglectful conditions.

Arkansas Nursing Home Neglect

Our loved ones deserve proper care when they are no longer able to care for themselves. Unfortunately, many nursing homes and elder care facilities do not take proper care of them, resulting in painful and sometimes deadly decubitus ulcers (bedsores), malnutrition and weight loss, dehydration, recurrent infections, falls and fractures, unsanitary conditions, and even death. Many of these injuries occur due to an insufficient and poorly trained staff. These problems occur because corporate ownership on many occasions is more concerned with profits than providing appropriate care. We put our experience to work only for the residents of nursing homes who are in need of legal redress. We review many types of nursing home abuse and neglect cases. If you or a loved one has suffered abuse or neglect in a nursing home, contact us today for a free case evaluation.

Nursing Home Neglect

Bankruptcy may be the best way to get a fresh financial start if you are being harassed by bill collectors, threatened with repossession or foreclosure, if your wages are being garnished or if you have problems with the IRS. When you declare bankruptcy, these unwelcome intrusions in your life stop and you can get your financial affairs back on track.

You are not alone. Millions of Americans have sought debt relief through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. They got a fresh financial start. Below is a list of the most common reasons for filing bankruptcy.
  • Medical bills
  • Credit card debt
  • Job loss
  • Foreclosure
  • Repossession
  • Garnishments
How our nursing home neglect attorneys help you

Your Baim Law Firm bankruptcy attorney in Pine Bluff, El Dorado, or Hot Springs will advise you on your options and help you make the best bankruptcy choice for your individual circumstances. You may find our bankruptcy questions and answers page to be helpful.

Call 800.848.2941 or use the contact form.
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