An Assisted Living Lawyer in Tampa That Cares About His Clients

Need a Tampa Assisted Living Attorney?

When our loved ones begin to enter into their golden years, we are often presented with the decision of allowing them to continue living at home on their own or putting them into a nursing home so that they will be able to receive more intensive and comprehensive care around the clock. There is, however, a middle ground. Assisted living facilities are a place in which the elderly can choose to live and receive assistance for getting through their day – including coordination with physicians, careful monitoring and support. This allows the elderly the care that they need while still affording them the freedom that they deserve.

Many of these facilities are prime examples of dedicated care and support; however, this cannot be said for all of them. No matter whether the problem stems from neglect or a tight budget and an overworked staff, there are unfortunately facilities that do not provide the promised care to their loved ones. This can result in health problems going unnoticed, injuries occurring without help being in the area and even elderly ones wandering off and getting lost. In some cases, this neglect can blossom into sheer abuse – from physical abuse to sexual abuse, even fiscal abuse.

How to Prevent Elder Abuse

Looking for an Attorney for Assisted Living Abuse in Tampa?

If you believe that your loved one has been victimized by neglect at the assisted living facility that they call home, then you should not stay silent. There are many signs and if you believe that there are red warning flags, we encourage you to contact the Distasio Law Firm as soon as possible. Some of the most common signs of this type of abuse and neglect include:

  • Bedsores;
  • Unexplained injuries;
  • Dehydration;
  • Malnutrition;
  • Overmedication; and
  • Frequent mood swings

While one of these on their own might not lead to assisting living facility neglect, several together should be enough to be a warning sign. At our firm, we recognize this and are prepared to go the distance in our efforts to help if you suspect this type of abuse and neglect. Should you choose to work with us, you will be able to rest easier knowing that we will do everything possible to help you and your loved one. By assessing the situation, launching our own personal investigation if necessary and consulting with experts, you can trust that we will do everything possible to help build the strongest case possible. Call us today if you would like to learn more.

How to Prevent Nursing Home Abuse

If you believe that your loved one has been victimized by assisted living facility neglect or abuse, please do not hesitate to contact an attorney from our firm today.

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The Distasio Law Firm Difference

How do you know if you have hired the best Tampa assisted living negligence lawyer? The simplest way to know is to find a lawyer that has all the below characteristics.

  • Knowledge and Experience Handling Assisted Living Negligence Cases
    Your lawyer should not only know Florida assisted living law. That lawyer should also have years of experience handling nursing home abuse & neglect cases. Scott Distasio has been handling these cases for over 27 years. His years of experience investigating, negotiating, settling, filing lawsuits, taking depositions, and going to trial will absolutely make a difference in your case.
  • Independent Verification of the Lawyers Ability
    All attorneys claim they know what they are doing. Their marketing materials may also be persuasive. But you will only know the truth about that lawyer if the lawyer is rated by respected independent non-biased rating systems. Scott Distasio has an “AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell law Directory. This is the highest rating an attorney can receive for both ability and ethics. Scott Distasio is also Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Trial law. To achieve this accomplishment a lawyer must have tried a minimum number of cases to a jury and pass a competency exam. Less than 1% of all Florida lawyers are Board Certified.
  • Willingness and Ability to Go to Trial
    Not all personal injury cases go to trial. The truth is most cases settle. But if your case does need to go to trial it’s important to hire a law firm that has the experience, resources and ability to try your case. Scott Distasio is a board certified civil trial lawyer. This gives him the right to call himself an expert trial lawyer.
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