Has anyone ever reviewed the cause of your loved one’s condition?
That’s important because the more we know about the cause of your loved one’s condition, the more we can help by providing you with needed information and specialized resources, including the possibility of life long financial benefits and medical care.
How do you know if your loved one’s condition is the cause of abuse, neglect or exploitation? If so, can your case be proven in a court of law?
Unfortunately, these are not easy questions to answer. We are always dependant upon the facts of each case. It takes a series of complex steps to determine what exactly caused your loved one’s condition. It then takes another series of complex steps to prove the case within a court of law.
Let us provide a free medical and/or legal review
Through Kenneth A. Stern, PLLC, ForMyParent’s medical experts and experienced lawyers, we are available to try and provide you with the answers you need, and deserve. It is then up to you to decide how to use the information and whether to pursue legal recourse. The ultimate course of action will always remain your decision. It would be our pleasure, and honor, to assist you and your love one in any and every way possible!
Benefits of pursuing legal recourse
There are many benefits towards pursuing legal recourse. Bringing perpetrators to justice can bring abuse, neglect and exploitation to the attention of others. The perpetrator may be penalized, fined, and/or incarcerated for their actions. The likelihood that the perpetrator could bring harm to others would be greatly reduced or irradicated. And, qualified families may receive access to compensation, medical assistance, therapy, assistive devices, information, and/or caregiving assistance for you or your loved one. In the unfortunate case of death of the elder, the elder’s loved ones may qualify for compensation for their loss.
The ultimate course of action remains your choice.
A medical and/or legal analysis of the cause of your loved one’s condition will allow us to inform you of choices we are qualified to assist you in pursuing. It is then up to you to decide how to use the information and whether to pursue legal recourse and/or compensation. The ultimate course of action will always remain your decision. It would be our pleasure, and honor, to assist you and your love one in any and every way possible!