Was Your Loved One Left Without Warning?
As our loved ones enter the golden years of their life, they may require additional care to accomplish the daily tasks we all take for granted. Unfortunately, not all people who take on the role of caregiver are up to the work and leave the person they are responsible behind without warning. Whether they were abandoned in their home, at the hospital, in the park, or anywhere else, abandonment is a form of elder abuse and it may be in their best interest to seek legal guidance to determine the best course of action.
If your loved one was abandoned, give us a call at (813) 336-3348 to discuss your situation.
Our Tampa elder abuse lawyers at Robert Sparks Attorneys understand the devastating effect elder abuse can have on someone, and are committed to providing them with the legal representation they need to secure the outcome they require. With decades of collective experience, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands when you work with us. Contact us today to explain your situation and begin planning your next step.
Keeping in constant contact with your loved one, whether that means giving them a call on a regular basis, visiting them in person, sending letters back and forth or any other method is the easiest way to make sure that they are being cared for. If you don’t constantly check up on them, it can be difficult to identify cases of abandonment, but there are some signs to keep an eye out for including:
- Appearing confused, frightened or lost
- Appearing noticeably frailer
- Appearing noticeably lonelier or more depressed
- Poorly kept living area
- Poor hygiene
Hire The Legal Representation You Need
If your loved one was abandoned by their caregiver, it may be in your best interest to consider a legal approach to ensure that they receive the care they need during their golden years. At Robert Sparks Attorneys, our Tampa elder abuse attorneys are committed to providing our clients with the experienced and dedicated representation they deserve in their time of need. Give us a call at (813) 336-3348 to begin planning out your next steps, or send us your information to start out with a case consultation today.