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Experienced Hip Fracture Lawyers

Decades of Experience Litigating Against Nursing Homes & Assisted Living Facilities

If you or a loved experienced a nursing home fall and/or fracture around your hip or body, please contact us with any questions you may have. We provide a no-obligation, free consultation from an experienced and dedicated elder abuse lawyer.

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Nursing home residents are prone to falls and injuries if they are not properly attended to. Our law firm specializes in nursing home lawsuits for negligence. We fight for the rights of those who have been wrongfully injured by nursing homes and their staff.

If you or a loved one has suffered from a fall or fracture or any form of negligence, contact us today for a free consultation. We will review your case and determine if you have grounds to file a lawsuit against the nursing home responsible for your injury.

Nursing Home Abuse Case Types

We are a highly experienced team of nursing home lawyers dedicated to meet and exceed our clients’ expectations. Let our decades of experience litigating against nursing homes, assisted living facilities, insurance companies and hospitals assist you in achieving justice. Below are the many types of abuse or neglect that can occur in poorly run medical facilities.








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There are typically two types of hip fractures that we see in our cases:

  • Femoral Neck Fractures are a severe hip injury often seen in aging adults, particularly those with osteoporosis. These fractures occur close to the pelvis’ ball and socket joint and can disrupt blood flow to the head of the femur – potentially leading to life-threatening complications such as deep vein thromboses or pulmonary embolisms.
  • Intertrochanteric Hip Fractures occur a few inches away (3 to 4 inches) from the hip joint, providing an advantageous position that lessens disruption to bone circulation and makes them typically easier to treat.

Whether is a fall or not, a patient in a nursing home with a hip fracture will likely experience these symptoms:

  • Not able to get up or walk on your own.
  • Excruciating pain around the hip or your groin.
  • Trauma around the hip area resulting in swelling, discoloration and bruising.
  • Not able to put any weight on your leg.
  • Outward turning of the leg on the injured side

Immediately ask a medical professional to run the following exams:

  • X-ray
  • MRI
  • CT scan

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Richard Berberian
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Farris Ain
Managing Attorney