Our South Carolina-based nursing home abuse and neglect attorneys have handled numerous cases, in 41 of the 46 counties in South Carolina, involving injuries such as avoidable bedsores, falls, dehydration, malnutrition and even wrongful death as a result of nursing home abuse and neglect. Understanding what happened is oftentimes much easier than understanding why it happened. That’s why we spend the extra time, effort and resources to discover why nursing home residents are abused and neglected. We investigate the background of the employees that are hired to care for the residents. We determine their level of qualification, training and experience, and we investigate the companies that hire the employees. Our extensive experience has helped us understand that most injuries in nursing homes do not come from uncaring nurses and aides. Rather, the chronic mismanagement of funds by corporate owners leads to understaffing and/or the hiring of unqualified staff.

If you’ve seen signs of staff negligence or abuse while visiting your loved one in a nursing home, contact us immediately. Many incidents of elder abuse are covered up as accidental falls, unavoidable bedsores or written off as a product of old age. Our nursing home abuse attorneys are ready to aggressively advocate on your behalf. Our efforts have led to successful results for families in state and federal courts across South Carolina.

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After being admitted into a hospital after suffering a spinal cord infarct, the plaintiff suffered lower extremity paralysis. The plaintiff was admitted to a facility for rehabilitation when he developed numerous pressure sores. The facility failed to provide appropriate care, including turning and repositioning the plaintiff.


While residing at the defendants’ nursing care facility, the plaintiff suffered dehydration and severe pressure sores, which caused her to have her leg amputated.


Severe and permanent injuries sustained while in the care of, custody and control of the defendant’s adult care facility.


Fatal injuries sustained after the decedent, who was admitted into the defendant’s care facility, fell. The facility failed to have appropriate fall preventions implemented.


Fatal injuries sustained after the decedent, who was admitted to the defendant’s rehabilitation facility, was found on the floor, severely injured. The facility failed to properly assess and/or treat the decedent.


The plaintiff was a resident in a nursing home and experienced a fall that resulted in severe injuries, and ultimately death.


Although a known fall risk, the plaintiff was left unattended and experienced an undocumented fall that left her with an undiagnosed brain-bleed, which ultimately caused her death.


Despite having high blood pressure and heart complications, the assisted living facility failed to properly administer medications that were critical for the plaintiff. As a result, the plaintiff suffered a traumatic stroke and ultimately died.


The results shown above were obtained by our attorneys. Many were obtained while our attorneys were working with another law firm. These results should not be considered a description or characterization of Parker Law Group, LLP’s representation. Nor should it be interpreted as a guarantee of a specific result or outcome of a particular case. Each and every case is different. Please schedule an appointment to have one of our attorneys discuss your case with you.

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