Chicago Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

Tony Elman, Lead Attorney, Elman Law Group, LLC
Tony Elman, Lead Attorney, Elman Law Group, LLC

Nursing homes are supposed to provide adequate care and living conditions for their residents.  While many Illinois nursing home residents do receive this standard of care, unfortunately many others do not.  Nursing home abuse and nursing home neglect can and does happen in Chicago and Chicago-area nursing homes, as well as others throughout Illinois.

There are many types of nursing home abuse, nursing home neglect, and nursing home accidents that can cause nursing home residents as well as those in other similar facilities (such as elder care, assisted living facilities, hospices, etc.) to experience unnecessary pain and suffering, as well as increase their exposure to serious illnesses and possibly death.  

This site will discuss various types of nursing home abuse and nursing home neglect, as well as highlight various aspects of nursing home accidents and nursing home negligence.  Should you or someone you care for experience nursing home abuse or neglect – or an accident in a nursing home – please contact the Elman Law Group to discuss the situation.  To immediately speak with Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  There is no fee for this legal consultation.    

Elman Law Group has handled over 10,000 Illinois personal injury lawsuits over the last 20+ years, and is known for its performance in court cases.  This is important for your lawsuit because if an appropriate settlement is not offered, we have a proven track record of achieving highly attractive court verdicts.

In fact, because of this court trial capability, many well-known law firms choose to have Elman Law Group take cases to court. 

Elman Law Group, LLC handles cases on a contingency basis…clients are not charged for services unless and until compensation is awarded.

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Chicago area and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.