Are you are looking for a Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey & Pennsylvania nursing home negligence and neglect attorney? We typically meet with victims and family members of nursing home negligence in our offices in Havertown, PA, Wilmington, DE, Dover, DE or Salisbury, MD. When clients cannot travel to our offices, we can make arrangements to travel to them. They know something was done wrong. They may not know what it’s called, or whether an attorney will handle their specific type of case, but they want answers and demand justice. That’s what we do.
We have offices in Dover & Wilmington, Delaware, Salisbury, Maryland and Havertown, Pennsylvania. Our nursing home negligence lawyers handle everything from incorrect medication to wrongful death.
You want to sue, but you’re not sure what to do next?
Someone was careless or negligent in a nursing home. They destroyed your life, caused you permanent harm, and you’re angry and want justice. You’re not sure what to do, or where to turn for legal help. You don’t know if you have a valid nursing home negligence case. We can help! If you want to sue for medical malpractice, accident, personal injury, nursing home negligence, or wrongful death in Delaware or Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, call our lawyers today!
You need to find a lawyer immediately.
You’re at the right place, so keep reading. You or a loved one were a victim of negligence or carelessness and suffered serious injuries. You don’t know where to turn for answers. You want to find an attorney, but your choices are overwhelming. Starting here is a great way to learn information that will help you choose which lawyer is right for you. Become informed by reading our blog posts. Learn from our videos and educate yourself before ever picking up the phone to call an attorney. Once you’ve armed yourself with the information available here on our website, we feel that you’ll be ready to speak with a lawyer.
Featured Lawyer: Joe Stanley – Pennsylvania Attorney and Counselor
Joe Stanley is an Associate Attorney with Schwartz & Schwartz, Attorneys at Law. Joe earned his JD in December of 2014 from Seton Hall University School of Law. Prior to that, Joe earned a Master’s Degree in Urban Affairs and Public Policy from the University of Delaware, as well as his undergraduate Bachelor’s Degree with double majors in Political Science and Philosophy, and double minors in History and Legal Studies.
Joe focuses his practice in the following areas:
Personal Injury and Wrongful Death
Slip and fall, inadequate security, and other injuries on-premises
Criminal Defense – DUI, misdemeanors, and felonies
Civil rights cases, including police brutality
Landlord-tenant eviction cases
Small claims court cases
Wills and estates
Contracts – commercial and residential
Pennsylvania Harness Racing Commission cases
Disabilities law – ADA – Denial of equal accommodations
Debt collection and defense
How lawsuits work:
You’ve been injured and you want to know what happens in a lawsuit. How does it actually work? What really goes on at a pre-trial conference? What is a deposition? Will I have to be examined by a doctor on the other side? How do I prepare for my deposition? What exactly is jury selection? All these questions are answered here on our website, in our video tips, our articles, and our blog posts. The goal of our website is to give you information to make you better informed and educated about how Philadelphia, Pennsylvania nursing home negligence cases work.
Did you know?
There are approximately 270 nursing homes in the Philadelphia, PA., metropolitan area, 94 of which received an overall rating of five stars from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. This metro area, also called Philly, includes Camden, N.J., and Wilmington, Del.
Several personal injury case types fall under the ‘negligence’ heading.
Examples: Slip & fall, trip & fall, store accidents, accidents at home or a friend’s home, or visiting someone. Using a defective product or piece of machinery, car accidents, dog bites, lead poisoning, landlord not having proper smoke alarms causing damage and more.