nursing home abuse victim testify in courtWe understand why you are asking this question. Your loved one has been put through enough stress and suffering during a time in her life when she should be living comfortably. Even though filing a nursing home abuse lawsuit is important and she deserves a financial recovery, you do not want to put her through the additional emotional and physical stress that may occur if she has to testify in court.

Not All Nursing Home Abuse Victims Have to Testify

Most nursing home abuse and negligence cases settle before trial. If this happens, your loved one will not need to testify during a court trial.

If the case does go to trial, all evidence will be considered before determining whether or not your loved one should take the stand. The quality of that evidence and the physical and emotional consequences of testifying will all be considered before a decision is made about whether your loved one should testify.

If Your Loved One Does Testify in a Nursing Home Abuse Case, We Will Make it as Stress-Free as Possible

Our concern will always be for your loved one’s well-being. That means that we will consider her physical comfort and make sure that all appropriate accommodations are made for her physical condition. Likewise, we will consider her emotional health and make sure that taking the stand is in her best interest if we call her as a witness.

If we represent your loved one and she does testify in a nursing home abuse case, she will never be alone and she will be very well prepared. We will take the time to make sure that your loved one understands what will happen and to answer all of her questions. 

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.

Mark K. Gray
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Louisville attorney serving the seriously injured in Kentucky