Victims of Injury from a Fall

Falls are one of the most common types of nursing home injury. As people age, they lose muscle mass and their sense of balance diminishes. These factors put the elderly at high risk of injury from falls. Nursing homes that fail to institute proper fall protection measures can, in many cases, be held liable for injuries caused by their negligence.

A fall can cause a head injury or a fracture of a hip, arm, shoulder or leg — all injuries that are much more serious in elderly people. The primary injury from a fall is often the event that triggers a rapid decline in someone’s health that often results in death.

Jaklitsch Law Group: Nursing Home Fall Injury Attorneys
Call for a Free Consultation: (301) 627-8700 or 866-586-6079

If your family member was injured in a fall at a nursing home, assisted living facility or other residence for the aged, we may be able to help you recover financial compensation for his or her medical expenses and pain and suffering. Please contact our law firm to arrange a free consultation and case assessment.

A fall in a nursing home can happen in a number of ways. Perhaps the nursing aid failed to put up the bed rails or failed to help the resident out of bed. A turned-up rug or mat can cause a fall, and so can lack of proper handrails, poor lighting or wet floors.

Elder Abuse Attorney for Annapolis and Upper Marlboro

If negligence was involved in the accident that injured your family member, we can help. Our nursing home attorneys are fierce advocates for the rights of the elderly. We will take aggressive action aimed at winning financial compensation for your family member and sending a message to nursing home owners that they cannot disregard the physical needs of their residents. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.

From our office in Upper Marlboro and Annapolis, we represent injured people throughout Prince George’s County, Anne Arundel County and in southern Maryland (Baltimore, Bowie, Suitland-Silver Hill, Greenbelt, Waldorf, Saint Charles, Clinton, Parole, and Columbia).