John Callinan is an experienced NJ elder care lawyer
As an eldercare lawyer, John Callinan has experience with many cases involving nursing home abuse. He has effectively and efficiently assisted his clients with these matters. As an elder care attorney, John understands his clients’ needs because his practice is dedicated to NJ elder law issues. If you or your family member are the victim of abuse and require the assistance of an elderly care lawyer, please contact the elder law firm of John Callinan.
In cases of nursing home abuse, an attorney can help you get the justice you and your loved ones deserve
Elder abuse takes many different forms. John Callinan has assisted clients who have suffered bed sores or who have been left unattended so they were a danger to themselves by referring those clients to a certified civil trial attorney with whom he works closely. These clients or their families have received substantial monetary awards. More importantly, through the assistance of elder care lawyer John Callinan, these individuals have been vindicated.
It is important that nursing homes understand when they have failed to properly care for their residents, not only for the resident who is injured, but for other, current residents and future residents. Prosecuting cases of elder abuse can help the victim and help avoid potential future victims. Having a nursing home abuse lawyer on your side can make all the difference.
A nursing home abuse attorney can guide a family through the legal system to ensure that their injuries are addressed, often in the form of a monetary award of damages. When your family member is the victim of abuse, you want an experienced nursing home abuse attorney, and John can ensure that you obtain those services.
There are ten common signs of nursing home abuse. If your family member exhibits any of these signs, please let the New Jersey elder law firm of John Callinan know immediately:
- Unexplained bruises on the body or pressure marks.
- Physical discomfort.
- Mental distress.
- Lapses in medication regimen.
- Weight loss or being chronically underweight.
- Financial difficulties.
- Withdrawal from or suspension of normal activities.
- Behavior typical of dementia: rocking, biting or sucking.
- Refusal to allow visitors to see the resident alone.
The picture of the couple dancing on this page is a picture of John's parents. If John noticed any of the signs of abuse affecting his parents, he would ensure that their case was referred to a certified civil trial attorney who could prosecute their case.