Chicago Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

Tony Elman, Lead Attorney, Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC
Tony Elman, Lead Attorney, Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC

Chicago nursing homes (as well as similar types of Illinois health care facilities such as an assisted living facility, retirement home, skilled nursing facility (SNF), or hospice) do not always provide acceptable levels of care for their residents.  Unfortunately, there are numerous types of nursing home abuse, nursing home neglect, and nursing home accidents that can – and do – occur.

If someone you care for in one of these health care facilities is injured or otherwise harmed due to nursing home abuse or nursing home neglect, you may be able to file a lawsuit in order to receive monetary compensation.

Due to the nature of these Illinois nursing home abuse and neglect cases, if an injury or death has been suffered, it is likely most beneficial to start receiving qualified legal counsel immediately.

Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC, a Chicago personal injury law firm, handles Illinois nursing home abuse and Illinois nursing home neglect cases in which a nursing home resident has been injured or has died.

Elman Joseph Law Group has been handling Illinois personal injury lawsuits for 25+ years, and has established itself as a Chicago law firm that is highly skilled in court trials.  This may prove valuable for your lawsuit in that if we can’t settle your personal injury lawsuit favorably, we have a proven capability to go to court and get attractive court verdicts.

Many well-known Chicago law firms give cases to Elman Joseph Law Group to take to court.

Elman Joseph Law Group offers a free, confidential consultation to discuss possible incidents of Illinois nursing home abuse and nursing home neglect.  Tony Elman of the Elman Joseph Law Group will gladly discuss your situation with you, and answer any questions you may have.  He can be reached at (773) 392-8182…call anytime.

Elman Joseph Law Group works on a contingency basis, meaning that clients never have to pay fees unless and until they receive a monetary award.