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Nursing Home Theft Lawyers

We put a lot of faith in the employees of nursing homes. They are charged with taking care of those who cannot take care of themselves, and we expect them to behave accordingly. But sometimes our loved ones do fall victim to unscrupulous nursing home employees. Sadly, theft of money or personal belongings is an all-too-common problem in nursing homes.

If someone you love has fallen victim to nursing home theft, you can seek justice. The Champaign nursing home theft lawyers of Spiros Law, P.C. can explain your rights and help you take action. To learn more, call us today at (217) 328-2828.

Betrayed Trust

Our elders, in particular, should be free of abuse in their time of need. Nurses, doctors, and other nursing home employees are expected to be attentive and compassionate. Because of physical or cognitive conditions, nursing home patients are often unable to prevent theft of their money or belongings or even know if it occurs. Unfortunately, there are people who are willing to take advantage of vulnerable populations.

In some cases, there have even been nurses or other employees convicted of emotionally manipulating their elderly patients into giving them money. Since many older people have accumulated wealth over their long lives, people who are supposed to take care of them sometimes only see the possibility of getting more money. By winning the trust of patients for financial gain, they disregard the people they are caring for as human beings who deserve their respect, and instead only see an open wallet.

If you have fallen victim to manipulation and theft, or if you suspect that someone you love has fallen victim to a nursing home employee’s willingness to exploit people for financial gain, you are entitled to take legal action to put an end to abuse.

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The Champaign nursing home abuse lawyers of Spiros Law, P.C. can help you protect your or your loved one’s rights. To discuss your case and learn what steps you can take, contact Spiros Law, P.C. at (217) 328-2828 today.

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