As many people know, the great State of Florida is home to many elderly. In the natural course of living and life many elderly spend much of their final time on earth in nursing homes, assisted living facilities or hospice care. As many of these people are without caregivers and have relatives who live in areas other than Florida, a bill of patients rights has been established to protect the human rights of elderly people staying in these types of facilities.
If you have someone you care for who is in a facility like this and you have observed changes in their demeanor or specific injuries either seen or complained of it is important to contact an attorney immediately. If there is some kind of negligent care going on it can very often and very rapidly lead to some serious conditions or even death.
Know about your nursing home. Ask them questions. Learn the qualifications of their staff. The more involved anyone is the better care any patient will get. However, if things get out of hand or they have already gotten out of hand it may be time to contact an attorney.