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Oregon Nursing Home Negligence, Malpractice and Abuse

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We are trusting nursing homes and other care facilities to take care of our loved ones. What happens when a family member is injured or killed due to the negligence, neglect, or even abuse of a caregiver? You need the assistance of a law firm experienced in litigating a case involving nursing home malpractice.

Over the past decade, nursing homes and other skilled care facilities have quickly been absorbed by larger and larger corporations, many of whom place profits over people. While the buildings themselves have grown to look more and more like hotels, the care has suffered due to their commitment to marketing and “packaging” over of quality care.

Nursing Homes Involve Complex Litigation

These cases are not easy to try and involve complex state and federal regulatory law as well as complex factual issues ranging from the causes of the injuries to chasing down the proper corporate entities and the documents that they may be trying to hide.

Emilia Gardner, Trial LawyerRogelio Cassol, Trial LawyerWhen interviewing an attorney for your loved one or their estate, ask the attorney how often they try cases in front of juries and how often they deal with complex litigation. Our firm regularly tries cases to juries. Just like any other trade, be it carpentry or surgery, if you don’t use your tools often, they become dull. We have the recent jury trial experience that allows us to assess the value of your case as well as to competently prepare it for settlement or for trial.

Mike Arnold has established a well-deserved reputation as an effective and highly respected trial lawyer in Eugene, throughout western and southern Oregon. Mike Arnold is an Oregon trial lawyer who actually tries cases to juries. He has great expertise in a number of different areas of law relating to personal injuries and litigation.

“Our litigation experience, extensive preparation of cases, and attention to detail has allowed us to build a reputation as aggressive and successful advocates for our clients while adhering to high ethical and legal standards.”

Eugene, Oregon personal injury attorney Michael Arnold

If you or someone you know in Eugene or throughout Southern Oregon needs the assistance of an experienced trial lawyer, call attorney Mike Arnold today at 541-338-9111

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