What to Do If You Suspect Nursing Home Abuse (Video)

Christopher Burk:
Welcome back to part five of our five-part series regarding nursing home negligence and abuse. My name’s Christopher Burk with The Burk Injury Lawyers. We help victims of nursing home abuse and neglect in Nevada, Arizona, and California. The final step of this is, okay, so we’ve established that there’s probably some abuse or neglect somewhere going on with either yourself, or a loved one, or a friend, what do you do?

Well, number one is absolutely contact our law firm. Our number, 702-620-2020. That’s 702-620-2020. You can contact us on our website, which is fightforthelittleguy.com. You can email me if you like, chris@thepatriotlawfirm.com.

One of the things you might want to get in order is make sure you have all those photos that we talked about in the other parts of the series. If you have medical records, great. We’re gonna need to look at them, for sure, so you’re gonna be able to fax those over to us. Email those over to us. Dropbox, File Vine, whatever you have electronic means or you can just give them to us in person. We still accept mail.

Either way, I want you to get a hold of us, contact us. The problem with a lot of these nursing home cases is, there is a very, very limited statute of limitations. So in most states in the Southwest, it’s a one-year statute of limitations. Arizona can be a little bit different, but be mindful of that statute. Because we have to have medical records. We have to try and get expert opinions lined up, so it’s best to hurry up and get those things over to us. We want to start digging in and see if we can help you immediately.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. You can contact us here. You can contact us at the office. You can contact us on email, like I said, or on Facebook. Look forward to hearing from you. All right, everybody. Have a wonderful day. Thank you for listening. Bye-bye.

Chris Burk
Chris Burk

Christopher D. Burk has been protecting the rights of injured victims in Nevada, Arizona, California, and Hawaii since 2004. He believes that when a person is injured because another person or company was careless, the negligent parties should be held accountable for the damages they’ve caused.

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