Nursing Home Injury Attorney in Sioux Falls

Is your loved one suffering from nursing home abuse?

If your loved one has sustained injuries at a nursing home and you suspect it was caused by neglect or abuse, you should retain the legal services of a nursing home injuries attorney as soon as possible. Unfortunately, cases of nursing home injuries occur frequently. The last thing you want is for your elderly loved one to have to endure mistreatment in their later stages in life.

You or your loved one may have a lot of questions regarding this incident. You may be unsure as to how to proceed in order to safeguard the future wellbeing of your loved one. You may be wondering what steps should be taken to get to the cause of this injury, and how to use legal recourse to protect your loved one from having to endure this again.

Even Law Firm: Your Legal Advocate in South Dakota

Attorney Jim Even stands by his clients during this difficult time. He will act on your loved one's behalf to properly investigate and evaluate the evidence in his tireless attempt to negotiate for a favorable outcome, whether that entails an out-of-court settlement or court proceedings.

If you suspect injuries have been caused by nursing home neglect or abuse, there will be certain concerns you and your loved one may have. Attorney Jim Even will assist you with the legal resources to address these and any other concerns and questions you may have:

  • You want to learn how to ensure the wellbeing and proper care of your loved one from this point forward
  • That your loved one has received appropriate care and treatment for any health issues stemming from the injury
  • You don't want you or your loved one to be impacted financially resulting from this incidence of potential abuse or neglect

Let Personal Injury Attorney Jim Even's experience and background in these types of cases provide you the support and legal guidance you need during this challenging time. Contact Even Law Firm today for a free case evaluation and to discuss any concerns or questions you may have.