When a loved one suffers serious or fatal injuries while under the care of a nursing home or other long-term care facility, you may not know where to turn first. You might not be sure that your loved one was injured or died due to abuse or neglect at the hands of the nursing home staff, or you may not know if or how you should pursue legal recourse in your situation.
The best thing for you to do in this situation is to contact Boller & Vaughan for a free evaluation of any potential personal injury or wrongful death claim that you may have on behalf of your loved one. We are happy to sit down with you and go through the facts of your situation in detail, as well as evaluate your ability to pursue a successful claim. We will present all options that are available to you and make sure that you understand the pros and cons of each option. It is only then that you will be able to make informed decisions about your case.
Your initial consultation with us is always free of charge. Furthermore, we don’t expect you to pay a large retainer fee up front in order to obtain our legal services. Rather, we work on a contingency fee basis. This means that unless and until you receive compensation in your claim for damages, you will not have to pay any legal fees to our law firm. Essentially, we don’t get paid until you get paid for your losses
The experienced Wisconsin personal injury attorneys of Boller & Vaughan are here to help you and your loved ones through the aftermath of abuse and neglect experienced by some of the most vulnerable members in our society. No matter how grave the injuries or death of your loved one may be, we can look into the facts and circumstances surrounding your claim, evaluate your likelihood of recovery, and determine the best path to follow in any legal claims that you may have. We know how to build a strong case of abuse and neglect against those who were charged with caring for you loved one. Take a moment to contact our office today and schedule a free initial consultation about any potential claim that you or your loved one may have.