Yes, your mother does have a right to voice her complaints as a resident in a nursing home in Louisville. When you believe your loved one's rights have been violated and it has resulted in serious injuries, then you should speak with a Louisville nursing home attorney to discuss your case.

Although your mother has the right to voice complaints, it doesn't necessarily mean that she will. Many residents find it intimidating to complain. They may fear the backlash of doing so. Whether the threat is real or perceived, it can prevent victims from speaking up.

It may also be a case of trying to determine which complaints are worth pursuing. If they feel their care or needs won't be adequately met if they complain, then they may decide to keep it to themselves. They may willingly accept abuse without recognizing the need to take a stand.

Additionally, residents in a nursing home may not even be aware of, or understand, their rights. They may not even realize that their rights are being violated; instead, they consider it to be a problem they must learn to accept.

The fact remains that your mother does have rights and when there are legitimate concerns, they should be properly addressed by the staff of the nursing home facility. A failure to do so could lead to serious consequences, including injuries or illness.

When your loved one has suffered abuse of some kind in their nursing home in Louisville, then legal options may be available. You should contact a Louisville nursing home attorney to learn what your next step should be.

Has Your Loved One Been Injured In A Nursing Home?

If you believe your loved one is being subjected to nursing home abuse you need to speak with an experienced Kentucky nursing home neglect attorney as soon as possible. Contact us online or call our office directly at 888.450.4456 to schedule a free consultation.

Matthew L. White
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