Committed Representation For The Elderly
Throughout Kentucky, families rely on nursing homes to look after their loved one’s well-being. When the companies that own these facilities and other long-term care facilities put their profit over their patient’s welfare, they may jeopardize your loved one’s physical, emotional, mental and financial health.
Our legal professionals at the Goode Law Office, PLLC, are staunch defenders of the elderly. We zealously pursue justice for victims of nursing home abuse or neglect throughout Fayette County. We are led by principal personal injury lawyer, Chris Goode, who has practiced law since 2000. He uses his substantial legal background to represent your interests in negotiations and in courthouses across the state.
Securing Compensation For Institutional Neglect And Abuse
Corporations that manage nursing home facilities often require their employees to do more with less. Their facilities may be severely understaffed. Their workers receive inadequate training. It is the elderly who suffer from worker fatigue and limited skill set.
When you retain our Kentucky legal team, we act quickly to stop institutional neglect and abuse. We advocate for clients who have suffered from preventable injuries and conditions, such as:
- Pressure ulcers, also known as “bedsores”
- Prescription overdoses
Having worked at one of Kentucky’s largest personal injury firms, attorney Goode has a deep understanding of state regulations and trial procedures. As a result, he designs straightforward strategies that get results. He recognizes the strain that legal action has on his clients, so he strives to minimize the time you and your loved ones spend in court.
Mr. Goode is also a strong and well recognized critic of attempts to limit the rights of injured people to bring lawsuits.
Concerned For Your Loved One’s Welfare? Talk To Us Today.
We offer free, initial case evaluations at our Lexington firm, so you have nothing to lose by speaking with us. You can easily reach us online or by phoning our Lexington office at 859-469-4770.