Elder Abuse & Injuries to the Elderly
As our loved ones advance in years, they become more and more susceptible to a wide variety of abuses at the hands of people we presume are working in their best interests.
If your loved one has suffered any kind of physical or financial harm and you suspect wrongdoing, it is important that you seek the advice of an experienced lawyer as soon as possible.
At Coppola Law, our attorneys represent elderly clients in many different types of injury cases. Whether the harm was caused by intentional conduct or negligence, your loved one has the right to seek compensation for the harm that was inflicted.
No matter what type of abuse was involved, you can rely on us to pursue every possible option in an effort to secure the best result available in your case.
Compassionate Nursing Home Neglect & Abuse Lawyers
Many of the elder abuse cases we handle involve injuries suffered while a loved one was under the care of a nursing home. Violent attacks, sexual assaults and other acts by staff or fellow residents can all be grounds for an elder abuse claim.
We will work to determine how the injuries occurred and who had the opportunity to prevent them. We diligently seek to hold all negligent parties accountable for the harm that has come to your loved one.
We also handle a large number of elder abuse cases involving financial abuse. Our loved ones deal with trusted insurance agents and investment advisers all their lives. Then, when they reach their later years, unscrupulous salespeople and advisers will prey on their frailties and make recommendations that serve their own best interests rather than our loved ones’ by recommending products and transactions that they don’t need or won’t benefit from.
Has Your Loved One Endured Elder Abuse? Call for a Free Initial Consultation
Contact our office today to discuss your elder abuse claim with an attorney. You can reach us by phone at 303-573-7777 or via e-mail. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. We handle most cases on a contingency fee basis. We don’t charge attorney fees unless we obtain monetary compensation for you.