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Scranton, Wilkes-Barre Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers

Serving Wilkes Barre & The Greater Scranton PA areas

It’s always a difficult decision to place your loved one in a nursing home. The purpose is to make sure they get the respect and dignified care they need and deserve since they no longer can care for themselves. But too often, nursing home patients are given poor care, neglected or even abused. Such mistreatment can sometimes result in serious injury or even death. Pennsylvania nursing home abuse can involve physical battery, sexual assault, unauthorized administration of drugs, unreasonable physical restraints, and deprivation of food or water.

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At Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn, our Scranton, Wilkes-Barre PA Attorneys have handled many cases involving the mistreatment or neglect of nursing home patients. We can make sure your loved ones’ rights are protected, and help them get the justice they deserve. By holding wrongdoers accountable, we can also help make sure the same thing doesn’t happen to someone else. At HKQ, our track record of success both in and out of the courtroom is unparalleled in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

If you believe your loved one might have been the victim of nursing home abuse or neglect, click to contact a PA Nursing Home Attorney or call today for a FREE consultation toll-free at (800) 760-1529. Call us now. Waiting can jeopardize your legal rights.

At HKQ, when we say, “No one will work harder for you℠” , it’s not just a slogan. It’s our promise.

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PLEASE NOTE: The listed verdicts and settlements are only a partial list of our verdicts and settlements. Many of our settlements are subject to confidentiality provisions which prevent us from disclosing their existence and/or the amount of settlement. While we believe that such provisions unfairly protect wrongdoers and severely impair public awareness of important safety issues, many insurance companies absolutely refuse to enter into a settlement agreement that does not provide for confidentiality. Needless to say, the best interests of our clients must prevail and it is the client who ultimately decides whether to accept an offer of settlement. Therefore, we are unable to list many settlements subject to such confidentiality provisions.