You ask a good question, and you likely have many more.

If your mom died in a nursing home and you believe that her death was caused by nursing home abuse or negligence then you may want to know why it happened. You may want to know more about your rights, or what you should do next.

But You Can’t Make a Commitment Until You Have All the Facts

We not only understand that, but we support it. We believe that you, and your family, need to know whether you have a potential case, and whether you should pursue that case if you have one.

An initial meeting with a nursing home abuse lawyer is an important step in finding out the answers to that question. At our firm, an initial meeting is a chance for:

  • You to ask our lawyers questions.
  • Our lawyers to ask you questions.
  • Us to meet and get to know one another.

It is not a commitment. By coming in for a free consultation, you are not agreeing to hire us—nor are we agreeing to represent you. Instead, it is an informational meeting. If we think that you do not have a legal claim then we will tell you that and we will not represent you or your mother’s estate. Likewise, if you decide that you do not want to hire us then you can just walk away. Of course, if you do have a potential case and you do want to hire us, then we can talk about the next steps in the process.

To find out more, or to schedule your free consultation, please start a live chat with us today.

Jason F. Abraham
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Helping car accident and personal injury victims throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa since 1993.