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Riverside Nursing Home Wrongful Death

Nursing Home Wrongful Death Lawyer in Riverside

If your loved one died under suspicious circumstances in a nursing home, call Attorney Joel Bryant. As a family member of the deceased, you have a legal right to investigate suspected mistreatment by nursing home staff or the facility itself. Attorney Bryant can help you determine the best legal route for you and your family.

Joel Bryant is an experienced Riverside nursing home abuse and neglect lawyer who is:

  • Skilled in both negotiations and trial practice
  • Aggressive when dealing with insurance companies and large corporations
  • Extremely knowledgeable, with the resources to relentlessly pursue compensation for his clients

You entrusted your loved one to a nursing home with the expectation that they would receive the best care possible. While no amount of money can replace your loved one, Attorney Bryant can help you receive compensation to cover medical bills and costs as well as hold the nursing home responsible for their negligence.


In Their Own Words

  • "Mr. Bryant and his staff were always available to answer our questions and concerns."
    Eugenia A.
  • "Joel used creativity and attention to details of complex corporate matters to move the case to settlement within six months of filing."
    Robert H.
  • "They were very professional, honest, compassionate, and supportive."
    Brent R.

A Riverside Nursing Home Wrongful Death Attorney Can Help

An experienced nursing home wrongful death lawyer can help you build a strong claim against the facility and staff responsible for the death of your loved one. This places you in the best position possible when negotiating with insurance companies or litigating your case in court.

Attorney Bryant builds your claim by:

  • Investigating the cause of death
  • Gathering any relevant evidence
  • Reviewing medical records with experts
  • Obtaining witness testimony

Contact the office of Attorney Joel Bryant today to learn more about the claim-building process and wrongful death claim resolution. There are never any upfront charges to consult with Attorney Bryant, so call to schedule your consultation now.

Causes of Nursing Home Wrongful Death

Neglect is one of the most common reasons for wrongful death in a nursing home. Nursing home neglect comes in many forms, including the following:

  • Malnutrition. Malnutrition happens when staff or a facility fails to provide enough food, nutritionally needed foods, or monitor the food intake of residents
  • Dehydration. Nursing homes that do not ensure a regular source of liquid both during and between meals and neglect to note residents consume liquids can cause dehydration and wrongful death to residents
  • Elopement. Elopement occurs when residents with cognitive decline or disease wander from a facility resulting in harm or death to the resident
  • Medication errors. When nursing homes do not manage, dispense, or monitor resident medications, severe illness and death may result
  • Physical neglect. Residents with untreated, minor health problems, and unmet physical needs quickly decline and become critically ill

Any one, or a combination of the above, may lead to the wrongful death of a nursing home resident.

What Sets Us Apart

  • The Elder Litigation Team
    From nursing home neglect to financial elder abuse to will & trust fraud, we provide full-service litigation for elders and their families.
  • Ready to Win in Probate or Civil Court
    With extensive experience in all three areas of elder litigation, our team is equally comfortable in either probate or civil court.
  • Compassionate Attorneys
    Our fair and ethical team is committed to protecting elders' rights; we'll be your dedicated advocate during this difficult time.
  • Experience Sets Us Apart
    With over 30 years in the legal field, our breadth of experience in elder law litigation gives us a competitive edge and perspective.

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Whether you have questions or you’re ready to get started, our Elder Litigation Team is ready to help. Complete our form below or call us at (619) 597-2577.

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