Perdue & Kidd Trial Lawyers are Known for Standing Up for Victims of Negligence Nationwide

Co-founding lawyer, Jim Perdue, Jr. is board-certified in Medical Professional Liability Law and has helped clients achieve justice in cases like nursing home negligence that have garnered national attention. His dedication and skill in providing the highest level of advocacy to people who have been injured by the wrongdoing or negligence of another party earned him an invitation to the elite membership of the Summit Council. Jim, along with co-founding attorney, Donald Kidd, have built a firm based on excellence in representation with a very personalized approach.  You will never feel like just a face in a crowd if we take on your case—you will receive the respect and individualized service you deserve.

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Do You Suspect Your Elderly Loved One Has Suffered Neglect? Speak with a Nursing Home Negligence Attorney

Contact our law offices in Houston to schedule a time to discuss your case with a nursing home negligence lawyer today. We will be upfront with you about whether or not you have a case. The consultation is free, so there is no risk. It is crucial that you get quality legal counsel if you suspect that someone in a position of trust has allowed or caused harm to your elderly family member.

The Signs of Possible Nursing Home Negligence Can Be Murky

Not every illness, bump, or bruise is an indication of elderly abuse or neglect. Sometimes an elderly family member may not remember if something happened, or even worse, someone with a history of dementia, Alzheimer’s, or other such condition may not be believed when they say they were abused. If you feel like something isn’t right, it is better to consult with a nursing home negligence lawyer than not. We go over the details of what happened and investigate to determine if malpractice has occurred.

Some indications of senior neglect and abuse can include:

  • Broken bones
  • Fractures
  • Abrasions
  • Bruises
  • Uncleanliness
  • Bedsore Sores
  • Unhygienic Conditions
  • Dehydration
  • Malnutrition
  • Repeated Slips and Falls
  • Unnecessary Use of Restraints
  • Depression 
  • Sudden Development of Emotional Distress
  • Medication Mistakes
  • Assaults by Fellow Residents
  • Financial Exploitation
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Abuse and Neglect of Our Elderly Under Professional Care Should Never Happen but When it Does, We’re Here to Get Just Damages for Victims and Their Families

According to the Nursing Home Abuse Organization, about 15,000 complaints of abuse or neglect were filed with nursing home ombudsmen in a recent year. Just like any incident of medical malpractice, you are entitled to compensation for what your loved one and family have gone through because of this harmful negligence:

  • Financial Compensation: Medical bills, physical therapy, cost of a new nursing home or at-home care personnel, loss of wages while helping your family member or dealing with the claim, etc.
  • Non-Economical Compensation: Pain, suffering, emotional trauma, loss of companionship, diminished enjoyment of life, punitive damages.

We Overcome the Challenges You may be Facing in a Case of Senior Abuse

Are you frustrated with the nursing home system and not getting answers? When a malpractice lawyer on our experienced team gets involved, we face these challenges on your behalf and get answers to what happened. Then we make sure justice is done by proving the negligence involved and making sure those liable are held responsible for the damages caused.

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Don’t Risk Not Having an Experienced Nursing Home Negligence Lawyer on Your Side Contact Perdue & Kidd Today

Schedule a free initial consultation with a malpractice attorney in a one-on-one meeting. We understand how difficult it is to experience this type of betrayal in caring for your loved one. Make sure you get the justice you and your family deserve.

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