Timothy J. Casey Attorney at Law
Representing Clients In Phoenix And Communities Throughout Arizona

Protecting Your Elderly Loved Ones

It can be a difficult decision to turn the care of your elderly loved one over to a nursing home. It can be emotionally devastating, however, to learn that your trust has been violated. If your parent was the victim of nursing home abuse, it is crucial that you seek the help and guidance of a strong elder abuse lawyer.

With an office in Phoenix, I am prepared to handle cases in communities throughout Arizona. I have more than 25 years of legal experience handling a broad range of serious, complex personal injury cases. Countless clients have turned to my firm to seek monetary compensation following a serious accident.

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While nursing home negligence can take many forms — sexual abuse, financial abuse, emotional abuse, for example — the most common type is physical abuse. I can represent clients struggling through injuries caused by the following:

  • Slips, trips and falls
  • Improper use of restraints
  • Wandering
  • Transportation injuries
  • Malnutrition and dehydration
  • Medication errors
  • Bed sores
  • Faulty bed rails or walkers

Elder abuse can lead to physical pain for the victim and emotional turmoil for the entire family. As an experienced litigator, I can build a strong case against those responsible and fight for monetary compensation and a policy change where necessary.

Call To Schedule An Appointment — Get Casey On Your Side

From nursing homes to assisted living facilities, the mistreatment of elderly loved ones can lead to physical and emotional abuse. Call or email me to schedule a free consultation. I take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis — meaning that you pay no attorney fees unless I recover money for you.

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