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Boston Nursing Home Abuse

Fight Back For Your Loved Ones. Contact Our Law Firm

We trust nursing homes in Boston to care for our loved ones. That's why nursing home abuse and neglect cases are so upsetting. Instead of a parent or spouse living in comfort, they're suffering from serious injuries or illness due to the abusive or negligent actions of nursing home employees.

Knowing what to do in such cases can be confusing. Many people aren't sure who to contact to report abuse. And if you live out of town or in another state, getting in touch with the proper authorities can be extremely difficult.

That's why it's critical that you have someone you can trust in Boston who can act on your behalf, someone who knows how the system works in Suffolk County and knows how to get results. That's why you need a Boston nursing home abuse lawyer from our firm on your side.

Boston Locations

2 Oliver Street, #608
Boston, MA 02109
Phone: (857) 444-6468

60 State Street
Boston, MA 02109
Phone: (617) 338-4321

"Why do I need a Boston nursing home abuse attorney?"

When you have the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone working for you, you can take an aggressive stance against the nursing home. Instead of allowing them to decide what happens to your loved one, you can dictate the terms. We know how to hold nursing homes accountable and find the facts you need to build a strong case.

We're not afraid to take nursing homes to court if necessary. The same goes for the nursing home's insurance company. If they attempt to reduce or deny your claim, we will not hesitate to file a lawsuit against the nursing home's insurance provider. We do not rest until justice is served.

We take such cases very seriously because we know how much people care for their loved ones, especially the most vulnerable members of our society. That's why we want to meet with you and find out how we help your family. Contact one of our two Boston locations. We can meet with you there or anywhere else that's convenient for you. Your family's needs come first here.