Texas Elder Abuse


WHAT IS ELDER ABUSE?

Elder abuse is a general term used to describe various forms of mistreatment of older adults. Unfortunately, elder abuse is all too common in the state of Texas. According to the Administration for Community Living, approximately 1 in 10 seniors nationwide experience some form of elder abuse each year.

7 Types of Elder Abuse

Though there are many different types of elder abuse, some of the most common forms of elder abuse in Texas include...

  1. 1
    physical abuse
  2. 2
    neglect
  3. 3
    emotional abuse
  4. 4
    financial abuse
  5. 5
    sexual abuse
  6. 6
    self-neglect
  7. 7
    abandonment

Elder abuse can happen at home, in nursing homes or assisted living facilities, or even at the hands of in-home caregivers. No matter where it occurs, elder abuse is never acceptable and those who have been victimized deserve justice.At Deon Goldschmidt Attorneys, our accomplished team of elder abuse lawyers has decades of experience holding negligent nursing homes, caregivers, and other responsible parties accountable for their actions. We understand how overwhelming it can be to deal with the aftermath of elder abuse, which is why we will handle every aspect of your case while you focus on healing and moving forward with your life.

Signs Of Elder Abuse

There are many signs that may indicate that an older adult is being abused. These include bruises, cuts, or broken bones; sudden changes in mood or behavior; withdraw from favorite activities; fearfulness around certain individuals; and unexpected changes in finances. If you notice any of these signs, it's important to speak with your loved one as soon as possible to get more information.

What To Do If You Suspect Elder Abuse

If you suspect that your loved one is a victim of elder abuse, the first thing you should do is contact an experienced elder abuse lawyer. An attorney can help you investigate the allegations of abuse and gather evidence to support your claim. An attorney can also help you file a civil lawsuit against the abuser and seek compensatory damages for your loved one. Contact us today for a free consultation with a Texas elder abuse lawyer.

No one deserves to be a victim of elder abuse. If you suspect that your loved one has been abused, don't hesitate to contact our experienced elder abuse lawyers who can help the get the compensation they deserve.