Finding the Right Lawyer to Fight for Elder Rights

Elder care may not be on your radar until you get the call from your parent’s neighbor telling you to come quickly because your dad has suffered a fall a block from his home.  This can compound your feelings of guilt about not living closer, and even if you live close enough to get there in minutes, sometimes that’s too late to prevent a fracture or concussion that could take months to heal.  Fortunately, the good people at can help you in this situation and many more.

News on the elder abuse front makes the thought of putting mom or dad into one of those places even worse.  Tales of identity theft, neglect, withholding food and medicine or threats of bodily harm are enough to make your blood boil.  But the reality is that there are many people over the age of 65 in this country and their needs must be met as they decline with age.   When matters get so bad there is no choice but to file a lawsuit against the nursing home, you want to have your suspicions well documented so you must find a lawyer who can address those issues in court.  Even though most studies show these cases are largely settled out of court, it’s simply the right thing to do.

There are alternatives to leaving an elderly person alone or putting them into a nursing home.  One is to provide care so they can age in place at home for as long as possible.  Using the services of is a great way to accomplish this.  Their services are so transparent, you can go to their site and select the person you want to provide care for your elderly loved one, knowing their background and experience has been checked and verified.  There you’ll find background info to help you make an informed decision based on what the person has to say about the types of cases they have handled in the past.  And to ease the financial burden of in-home care, you can use a Groupon obtained from their website to reduce the cost of the booking by a significant amount.

According to the US Census for 2010, there are more people over the age of 65 living now than at any other time a census was taken.  There are about 40 million elders who will need care sooner or later.  Of those millions, the one you care for the most deserves the best of