Experienced Nursing Home Negligence Lawyers

There are plenty of good nursing homes in Connecticut that provide high-quality care to residents. Unfortunately, there are a number of long-term care facilities that do not offer attentive, responsive and compassionate care, which sometimes results in injuries to residents.

At Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, LLC, our nursing home negligence lawyers understand that you put a great deal of trust into a nursing home when you place a loved one in its care. When that trust is violated and your loved one suffers from nursing home neglect or abuse, it is important to expose the wrongdoing and prevent others from suffering similar injuries. Not only are we approved by the AARP legal group, but we have also worked with other national organizations representing the elderly. Call 203-285-3593 or 866-530-7228 for a free case evaluation.

Nursing Home Negligence Takes Many Forms

Nursing home negligence takes many forms, including:

Recognizing the gravity of these allegations, our attorneys know the emotional stress that accompanies nursing home negligence cases. By taking aggressive legal action to protect our clients' rights, we strive to help them obtain the compensation they deserve for any resulting injuries.

Nursing home caregivers have an obligation to treat residents in accordance with the expected standard of care. This includes providing proper nutrition, hygiene and medical treatment. Negligence in any of these areas can be devastating, leading to a number of physical and emotional problems.

Contact Us Today

Your loved one deserves the best possible care and treatment. If you suspect or have seen evidence of nursing home negligence, contact us online or call 203-285-3593 or 866-530-7228. As your legal advocates, we can help you bring the liable party to justice.

We are located in North Haven, in proximity to the intersection of I-91, I-95 and I-84. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

Our firm handles nursing home negligence cases on a contingency fee basis. Therefore, you owe nothing until we obtain compensation on your behalf.