Nursing Home Malpractice

Creston Nursing Home Malpractice Lawyers
When a family makes the decision to put an elderly parent or a disabled relative in a nursing home, assisted living center or another long term care administrator, it is fair to expect that their family member will be properly cared for and treated with respect. Unfortunately, this trust is sometimes violated by negligent or indifferent nursing home employees. At Slater & Norris, P.L.C., in Des Moines, Iowa, we fight aggressively to protect the rights of nursing home residents and their families. Our attorneys bring more than 40 years of combined experience to our elder abuse practice and understand what it takes to obtain positive results. Whether you have just recently noticed signs of neglect or you have already confronted the nursing home about what you are seeing, it is important to talk to an experienced attorney as soon as possible. For a free initial consultation, call us today toll free at 888-529-0143.
Nursing Home Malpractice lawyers in Iowa
Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse is Not as Uommon as You May Think

Tragically, acceptable standards of nursing home care are violated every day across the United States, and our area is no exception. We are dedicated to protecting those who are vulnerable to such abuse and neglect and handle a variety of claims on their behalf, including claims involving:


We will thoroughly investigate your case and seek full compensation for both physical and emotional damages. You can rely on us to use our knowledge, skills and resources to obtain a result that take care of the unique needs your loved one has.
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Every case is different, so it is important to get in touch with an experienced Des Moines nursing home abuse lawyer as soon as possible. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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