Has a family member or loved one been let down by nursing home care?
The people being cared for in Britain’s nursing homes are among the most vulnerable individuals in our society. The majority of care homes cater to the frail and elderly but some also accommodate individuals living with severe physical, mental or psychological disabilities.
The vast majority of people in nursing home care are treated with dignity and receive appropriate care. Sadly the standard of care provided by a small number of nursing homes is substandard and in some rare but very real and disturbing cases people living in care homes do suffer abuse.
Axiclaim’s team of legal experts specialise in pursuing justice and claiming compensation for victims of abuse or substandard nursing home care. We are here to advise you and guide you through the legal maze to secure the compensation due to you or a loved one.
Nursing home or carer negligence
The decision to place an elderly or vulnerable relative in a care home is always a difficult one. Whether nursing home care is provided by an NHS facility, local authority care home or private enterprise, your loved ones deserve the best possible care.
Axiclaim are experts in dealing with care home claims arising from nursing home care. Whatever your needs or circumstances, you can trust our friendly and understanding legal experts to give you the best possible advice on nursing and care home claims.
Making a claim for nursing home care compensation
If a loved one has suffered physically or psychologically as a result of negligence, neglect or abuse on the part of a nursing home or carer, you can take some comfort in the knowledge that Axiclaim are here to help. Finding out if you have a valid claim is simple: our supportive and dedicated in-house solicitors can be trusted to deal with your claim in an understanding and sensitive manner whilst providing you with expert legal advice.
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