September 18, 2014

In continuation of Nursing Home Abuse Statistics: The Prevalence of Nursing Home Abuse in the U.S. (Pt. 1), here, we will resume our discussion of the incidence of abuse in American nursing homes.

While the first part of this blog disclosed some general facts about the elderly population in the U.S., below we will reveal some interesting statistics about how often nursing home abuse occurs and who is more likely to be victimized by it.

Disabled residents are tragically more likely to be the targets of nursing home abuse. When such abuse occurs, victims can rely on a Denver nursing home attorney at Cristiano Law.

Disabled residents are tragically more likely to be the targets of nursing home abuse. When such abuse occurs, victims can rely on a Denver nursing home attorney at Cristiano Law.

General Facts about Nursing Home Abuse in the U.S.

Nursing Home Abuse and the Disabled

We will point out some additional important facts about nursing home abuse in the U.S. in the conclusion to this blog series that will be posted soon – be sure to check it out!

A Denver Nursing Home Attorney at Cristiano Law, LLC Is Here for You

If you believe your loved one has been victimized by nursing home abuse, a Denver nursing home attorney at Cristiano Law, LLC is here for you.

When you choose the superior legal representation offered by a nursing home abuse lawyer at Cristiano Law, LLC, you will be able to trust that your case is being handled with the respect and care it deserves, that it will not be passed off to inexperienced associates and that you will have the best chances of getting both the justice and compensation you deserve.

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