Nursing Home Neglect Attorneys in Portland

Standing Up for the Most Vulnerable
in Our Community

Types of Nursing Home Neglect Claims

• Physical abuse
• Emotional abuse
• Sexual abuse
• Neglect / Bedsores
• Medication errors
• Financial exploitation
• Wrongful death
• Wandering, elopement & abandonment

At Pickett Dummigan McCall, we know the range of emotions you may be feeling. Discovering that a loved one is the victim of neglect and abuse can cause grief, anger, and sadness. We provide compassionate and professional advice and representation to help you through this situation.

Our team of Portland nursing home malpractice lawyers are ready to investigate and pursue justice for your loved one. We’ll investigate the facility’s history of violations of both federal and state law to determine if there’s a pattern of neglect. We also focus on staffing and training deficiencies, which are often the root cause of nursing home injuries.

We’ll make sure responsible parties are held accountable for the abuse, neglect, or even death they’ve caused.

Seven

Figure Settlement

For numerous families whose family members died because they were given excessive doses of morphine.

$500

Thousand

For an individual who suffered a stroke as the result of a medication error.

Six

Figure Settlement

For a family who lost their loved one when a pressure sore became infected, causing sepsis and death.

Recognize the Telltale Signs of Nursing Abuse

Most assisted living facilities and nursing homes in Portland provide good care and a safe environment. However, senior citizens find themselves vulnerable to harm caused by poor medical treatment, neglect, and abuse by poorly trained or uncaring staff. These problems are made worse by the fact that these older adults are often not able to communicate their needs to family or friends.

The best way to find out if your loved one is being properly cared for is to regularly pop in for unannounced visits. If you notice any of these red flags, don’t wait to take action.

Keep a watchful eye!

When you visit a loved one in a nursing home, long-term care, or assisted living facility, look for:

• Unexplained cuts, bruises, or bleeding
• Bedsores and pressure wounds
• Torn or bloody clothing
• Unsanitary living conditions
• Malnourishment or dehydration
• Medication errors
• Humiliation or intimidation
• New pain complaints

What our clients say 

I am a licensed California attorney. When my sister was injured in Portland, I turned to Kristen West McCall. Kristen was responsive, diligent, and most importantly, went beyond expectations in the pursuit of compensation for my sister. I would recommend her unconditionally.

-Martin Fleisher

Mr. Dummigan and his staff are very professional and caring. They took a case that no one else would…and put their energy and resources into the case to see it come to a successful close. It was an unfortunate series of events that led me to Mr. Dummigan’s office, but I was thankful for the closure his office brought to my situation.

-Lisa Marie

I could not have asked for a better legal team than all three of you. Thank you again for the time and energy that you and your staff were willing to spend on my behalf, it made these last two years of my life a little more tolerable.

-Sherry Wells

Quick Answers from Our Attorneys

Q: Why is it important to consult with an experienced lawyer about elder care?

“Families and loved ones pay a lot of money for their elders to be taken care of so it is the responsibility of nursing homes or any medical institution to meet their professional responsibility. Sometimes they do and sometimes they don’t. Regardless, finding the answers can create peace after a traumatic situation.”
Kristen West McCall

Q: What motivates you?

“I’ve dedicated my career to helping people stand up for themselves. I came to PDM Legal because of the strength and depth of experience of the team.”
Megan Johnson

3 Steps to Justice

If a loved one is being abused or neglected at a nursing home or private care facility, you and your family may be entitled to compensation for any damages suffered. Our nursing home neglect attorneys won’t stand for this type of treatment in our community. We can help hold the people who harmed your loved one accountable for their actions.

1. Get in touch 

Fill out our contact form so we can schedule a time to talk.

2. Free Consultation

We’ll listen to your situation, answer any questions.

3. Get Justice

If you have a case, our attorneys will dedicate their full attention to your case.

Remember, we’ll never charge a fee until we win your case.

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