Juvenil Therapy Injury Lawyers

If your child or sibling has endured treatment center abuse, assault, sexual assault, personal injury or wrongful death they absolutely have rights that need to be protected. Did the injury occur while in a treatment facility such as a drug detox rehab center, alcohol detox center or mental health facility? The best way to protect those rights, and ensure you obtain the maximum amount of benefits and compensation is to consult with an experienced child personal injury attorney handling treatment center injury cases. Our team of child treatment center injury attorneys offer free consults and charge no fee unless they win.

If you or a loved one have been the victim of treatment center abuse anywhere in the United States please contact our network of child treatment center injury lawyers. They are skilled trial attorneys with ample experience handling all types of premises liability and personal injury claims occurring in treatment centers such as detoxes, halfway houses, sober living homes and rehabilitation facilities. They offer free consultations for personal injury victims and will do their absolute best to get you the full compensation you are entitled to for your injuries.

Our team of juvenile drug detoxification injury lawyers handle cases all over the entire country including all states such as Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington.

Child Treatment Center Injury Facts & Statistics

Most of us know someone who needs inpatient treatment or rehabilitation of some sort. Statistically more than 22 million Americans over the age of 12 have some sort of substance abuse issue. This can be for issues related to drug and alcohol addiction or criminal offenses. These places are meant to be safe and offer time for reflection, emotional and personal growth. They can also often times leave the patient susceptible to abuse in many forms such as sexual, emotional, verbal or physical. This abuse can be administered by staff, visitors and other residents.

Types Of Treatment Centers Where Injuries Occur

There are a variety of different types of treatment centers where one can experience abuse or neglect. Some examples are substance abuse treatment centers, inpatient mental health centers, behavioral health centers, sober living homes, boot camps, nursing homes, assisted living homes and post operation rehabilitation centers.

Alcohol Detox Center Abuse: Facilities that provide treatment for drug and alcohol dependencies (addiction and/or alcoholism), or simply chemical dependency. Informally referred to as “rehabs.” Assisted Living Home Abuse: An assisted living residence or assisted living facility (ALF) is a housing facility for people with disabilities or for adults who cannot or chose not to live independently. The term is popular in the United States but is similar to a retirement home in the sense that facilities provide a group living environment and typically cater to an elderly population. Assisted living exemplifies the shift from “care as service” to “care as business” in the broader health care arena predicted more than three decades ago. A consumer-driven industry, assisted living offers a wide range of options, levels of care, and diversity of services and is subject to state rather than federal regulatory oversight. Exactly what “assisted living” means depends on both the state and provider in question: variations in state regulatory definitions are significant and provider variables include everything from philosophy, geographic location and auspice, to organizational size and structure. Assisted living evolved from small “board and care” or “personal care” homes and offers a “social model” of care (compared to the medical model of a skilled nursing facility). The assisted living industry is a segment of the senior housing industry and assisted living services can be delivered in stand-alone facilities or as part of multi-level senior living community. The industry is fragmented and dominated by for-profit providers. In 2010, only six of the seventy largest providers were non-profit and none of the top twenty was non-profit. Information in this edit is from an article published in 2012 that reviewed the industry and reports results of a research study of assisted living facilities. Drug Detox & Rehab Center Abuse: Facilities that provide treatment for drug and alcohol dependencies (addiction and/or alcoholism), or simply chemical dependency. Informally referred to as “rehabs.” Group Homes Abuse: A group home is a private residence for children or young people who cannot live with their families, people with chronic disabilities who may be adults or seniors, or people with dementia. Typically there are no more than six residents and there is at least one trained caregiver there 24 hours a day. In some early “model programs”, a house manager, night manager, weekend activity coordinator, and 4 part-time skill teachers were reported. Originally, the term group home referred to homes of 8 to 16 individuals, which was a state-mandated size during deinstitutionalization.  Residential nursing facilities, also included in this article, may be as large in 2015 as 100 individuals, which is no longer the case in field such as intellectual and developmental disabilities. Depending on the severity of the condition requiring one to need to live in a group home, some clients are able to attend day programs and most clients are able to live normal lifestyles. In many cases staff, clinicians and volunteers do not have the skill set to work in these facilities. Ultimately, abuse, serious injuries, sexual assault & wrongful death can result. Nursing Home Abuse: People are living longer, healthier and more productive lives than ever before. However, there is also a noticeable increase in age related illnesses. Some of these can be Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s Disease and complications due to a stroke. When caring for a loved one becomes too cumbersome for family members it is not uncommon to  contemplate a nursing home as an alternative. While nursing homes normally provide a safe and secure place for our loved ones to reside they can also care for our loved ones in a negligent manner. If a loved one has been injured while in a nursing home please contact our experienced nursing home negligence attorneys. Sober Living Home Abuse: Sober living homes, often referred to as transitional living arrangements, are a step down from formal substance abuse treatment programs. These homes can offer an in-between option for individuals after completing a treatment program and before returning to their homes and lives. This transition can provide continued support and the ability to apply newly learned tools and skills for becoming self-reliant and remaining drug- or alcohol-free in a community environment.

Types Of Treatment Center Abuse

Abuse, harassment or neglect can manifest itself in a variety of ways. Some common forms are verbal abuse, unreasonable surveillance, starvation, forced exercise, assault, sexual assault, child abuse or molestation, unnecessary sedation, financial crimes, or restraint and refusal to allow visitation/isolation.

These occurrences are may times isolated incidents. They can also be signs of a larger problem within the treatment center. Regardless, they will not be tolerated. Each and every patient has the right to treatment, safety and bodily integrity while in the care of these centers. Consulting with our skilled treatment center injury lawyers can help you determine who is responsible for your injuries. Frequently more than one party is ultimately responsible for the injuries you or your loved one sustained.

Wrongful Death In Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Homes & Drug Rehabs

Sometimes severe cases of abuse or neglect in nursing homes, and assisted living facility or developmentally disabled group homes can result in wrongful death. Accidental  death due to nursing home  abuse, neglect or drug relapse can be caused by a number of factors or circumstances. If you have suffered the loss of a loved one in a nursing home due to abuse or neglect you and/or your loved one’s estate may be entitled to damages, benefits and compensation. It is in your best interest to speak with our treatment center wrongful death lawyers regarding your rights.

How Your Detox Injury Case May Resolve

Each of our attorneys are skilled trial attorneys who have the knowledge and resources to get you the full amount of compensation and benefits for your injuries. If a settlement that benefits you and your family cannot be obtained our treatment center injury attorneys are ready to elevate your case to the litigation phase if that is what is needed to get you the benefits you deserve.

Contact Our Treatment Center Injury Lawyers

Treatment center owners, their employees, their management, their parent corporations and third party vendors have an obligation to maintain a safe environment for their patients. If someone is injured on their property they should be held responsible. Our treatment center injury lawyers routinely and effectively handle all types of premises liability accident cases including treatment center abuse cases. If you have been injured either physically, sexually or emotionally while in the care of a treatment center or rehab facility contact one of our treatment center injury lawyers.

No matter what state you were injured in our team of treatment center injury lawyers can help as they serve all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Washington D.C. including: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C., West Virginia, Wyoming and Wisconsin.