Schuylkill County Nurse Error Lawyers

Nursing homes in Pennsylvania typically employ registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants or nurses' aides. If any of these trusted care providers commits negligence or makes an error, nursing home residents and patients can suffer serious injury, catastrophic injury or fatal injuries leading to wrongful death.

If you suspect that an elderly loved one has been the victim of a nurse's negligence in a Pennsylvania nursing home, you need the sound counsel of knowledgeable lawyers who specialize — and succeed — in getting justice for client families.

Pottsville Nursing Negligence Attorneys With 90 Years of Combined Experience

The experienced nursing home and hospital malpractice attorneys with the proven legal skills and track record of success that can help you are Fanelli, Evans & Patel, P.C., in Pottsville. We have the determination and commitment necessary to hold nurses accountable for their actions, so we can aggressively seek the compensation our clients deserve. Our legal team's 90 years of combined experience with nursing home abuse and neglect cases of all kinds, and our reputation for achieving positive outcomes, offer solid proof that we can help.

Act now so that your senior relative's rights — and yours — can be protected by a skilled personal injury law firm that cares about your future. Contact our Schuylkill County law firm for a free initial consultation. The toll-free number to call is 800-858-1532.

Fanelli, Evans & Patel, P.C. — The Answers and Results That Pennsylvania Families Deserve

You should notify our nursing home abuse and neglect attorneys immediately if you notice a nurse's:

  • Failure to appreciate a patient's symptoms
  • Failure to dispense medicine
  • Failure to give correct medication
  • Failure to follow a doctor's orders
  • Failure to recognize signs of distress
  • Errors resulting in life-altering injury or death
  • Failure to monitor
  • Failure to recognize symptoms
  • Failure to notify or call a doctor
  • Failure to properly note a change in patient's condition
  • Improper use of medical device
  • Failure to obtain informed consent
  • Documentation and medical chart errors

Have you been discouraged from contacting an attorney because of what you perceive to be the high cost of quality legal representation? Don't be. At Fanelli, Evans & Patel, P.C., our services come to you strictly on a contingency fee basis. You owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.

You can arrange your free initial consultation with our Berks County nurse error attorneys right now by calling toll free: 800-858-1532. If you need an evening or weekend appointment, or a visit to your home or hospital room, we can provide it.