Elder abuse cases in an assisted living facility, also known as Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE), are often extremely involved and can potentially encompass numerous parties, which is why it is so important for anyone facing a matter of assisted living abuse/neglect to speak with an experienced California elder abuse lawyer who has successfully handled countless such cases.
Some of the most common signs of elder abuse in hospitals are as follows:
We are experienced attorneys who have successfully handled countless elder abuse cases in assisted living facilities, hospitals, nursing homes, and other elder care facilities. Elder abuse cases are very complex, and having an experienced elder abuse lawyer gives you the best chance at success. Contact Hunter Law to get the right attorney on your side.
In California, the statute of limitations for a nursing home abuse claim is, generally, two years. This means that a plaintiff must bring their claim against the defendant within two years of the date of the abuse/neglect. Waiting longer than two years will most likely result in their claim being dismissed.