Proper, attentive supervision of people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease is crucial. People with this condition are vulnerable to serious falls and other accidents — and those charged with providing care for them must take that into account. If you believe the care your loved one fell seriously short, and the result was a severe injury or wrongful death, please consult qualified legal counsel as soon as you possibly can.
Not only is Susan A. Marks a proven, dedicated personal injury attorney who has won numerous six-figure and seven-figure recoveries for our clients, but she also has invaluable experience in the elder care and medical fields. To discuss your potential negligence claim against a nursing home, hospital or other party, contact us now at SAM LAW OFFICE, LLC.
Whether your relative with Alzheimer’s disease suffered a broken hip, other fractures, severe joint injuries, a blow to the head or other major consequences, you deserve answers. We understand that you may be incurring increased medical expenses and feel compelled to consider the costly step of relocating the patient to a different facility. We are prepared to aggressively pursue all compensation available to you.
Experienced metro Chicago nursing home negligence lawyer Susan A. Marks will lead our legal team in getting to the bottom of what happened and taking decisive legal action if you have a valid claim. Our clear strengths in pursuing such claims include:
At our respected, client-focused law firm in Rolling Meadows, you can count on genuine compassion for what you are going through. You can also depend on practical, realistic guidance in your best interests and a competitive drive to earn meaningful results for you. To speak with a caring, dynamic attorney who will prioritize your case, contact us today.
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