Latest News 2014 April Caretaker Sentenced in Elder Abuse Case

Caretaker Sentenced in Elder Abuse Case

A caretaker has reportedly been sentenced in connection with an elder abuse case. According to reports, she was sentenced to five years of probation for abusing a partially paralyzed man who hired her to care for him. In the case, she had pleaded no contest to felony elder abuse. She had been accused of hitting the man with a fan and threatening to kill him with a kitchen knife.

Elder abuse and nursing home abuse are all too common and very serious matters at all times. It's important that you understand how to protect your rights during this difficult time. No one should have to suffering physical, mental, emotional, sexual or financial abuse at a nursing home. It's in your best interest to work with a nursing home abuse lawyer who will understand this process and your case. An attorney will know what to expect and will be able to prepare you for every step along the way. You can count on a lawyer to know how to deal with investigations, insurance companies and court proceedings. Please take some time today to contact a nursing home abuse attorney and begin discussing the details of your case so that you can move forward with this matter.

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