It's hard to make the choice to put your loved one in a nursing home. You made the decision after realizing that they just couldn't get the level of care and attention they needed anyone else. As much as you wish you could have kept them at home with family, it just wasn't possible, due to advancing dementia or physical ailments.
If the need for nursing home care arose suddenly, you might have had to choose a nursing home quickly, based on what was available. Whether or not you had time to do a lot of research, you have the right to trust that the people who promise to care for your loved one are doing so gently and carefully.
When you learn or suspect that a family member has received poor treatment in a Michigan nursing home, it's devastating. You may feel betrayed, angry, and even guilty that you weren't able to somehow prevent the mistreatment. Whether your loved one was abused or neglected, or subject to other negligence, Muth Law wants to reassure you that their injuries are not your fault. You should be able to trust your loved one's care providers.
We want to help you hold the responsible parties accountable for your loved one's injuries, which may include:
At a time like this, you should have one focus: comforting and caring for your loved one. The attorneys of Muth Law also have a singular focus: holding nursing homes and their staff accountable for injuries Michigan's most vulnerable residents, so their families can concentrate on what's most important--their loved ones.
We know that our clients are not looking to make money from a lawsuit. They just want to do everything possible to make sure their family members receive the care they deserve. That's why, if you even suspect nursing home neglect or abuse, you should contact Muth Law.
We offer confidential consultations at no cost to Michigan families. With our over 35 years of personal injury law experience, we can help you assess whether your loved one's nursing home situation should be investigated further, and we have the resources to perform those investigations. You will never be charged a legal fee unless we recover funds for your family.
Muth Law works with clients in Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County and throughout Michigan. Please contact us to schedule a free, confidential consultation regarding your nursing home injury matter by phone at 734-481-8800 or via e-mail. We look forward to serving your family.
Muth Law, P.C., provides legal guidance for clients across Michigan, including Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Flint, Saginaw, Bay City, Port Huron, Monroe, Brighton, Lansing, East Lansing, Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Jackson, Traverse City, Canton, Warren, Livonia, Adrian, Dearborn. The office also sees clients throughout Metro Detroit and the following counties: Wayne County, Washtenaw County, Oakland, Macomb County, Ingham County, Kent County, Calhoun County, Livingston County, Genesee County, Jackson County Hillsdale County and Monroe County.