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Oklahoma City Nursing Home Negligence Lawyers

Holding Negligent Facilities Accountable

Negligence is serious, often leading to lasting or irreversible damage. The dedicated, experienced, and passionate Oklahoma City nursing home abuse attorneys at Martin + Fielding can help your family seek justice. We have focused our entire legal careers on medical malpractice law and have considerable experience defending hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare providers. This means that our clients benefit from a lawyer who has seen the other side and is able to understand the tactics the defense team will likely use. We know how to strong build a case that they may be afraid to take to trial. If you're ready to file a negligence lawsuit against a nursing home, we are fully equipped to help.

Negligence in nursing homes can be hard to spot and comes in many forms. If your loved one suffers from signs of negligence or neglect, frequently elopes, has suffered symptoms of aspiration pneumonia, or has suffered from an overdose of opioids or other medications, our legal team can help. With over 20 years of defending this underserved community, we are standing by to bring justice to your family.


Call us at (405) 673-2377 to schedule a free consultation with an Oklahoma City negligence attorney.


Understanding Negligence in a Nursing Home

Negligence in a nursing home occurs when someone under the care of the staff does not receive adequate medical, physical, or emotional attention. If your loved one has suffered from neglect while on the premises of his or her nursing home, the facility can be held legally responsible.

At Martin + Fielding, we've helped clients seek compensation and have represented cases where a nursing home failed their residents in ways including:

  • Failure to keep the premises free of hazards

  • Failure to prevent slips and falls

  • Failure to train employees

  • Failure to protect one resident from another

Our negligence attorneys in Oklahoma City, and throughout the Oklahoma City Metro Area, are committed to our clients and take cases on contingency, meaning we won't charge you any fees unless we recover compensation.


Reach out to our firm for help by calling (405) 673-2377. You can also schedule your free initial consultation by contacting us online.


What Is Elopement?

Elopement involves a resident leaving the facility without the staff knowing about it which is why careful supervision in nursing homes is critical to the safety of its residents, especially those who are at risk of wandering off. It is the nursing home’s duty to watch over these residents as closely as necessary to ensure their security. If you believe your loved one wandered off because he or she was left unsupervised, you may be entitled to compensation.

At Martin + Fielding, we understand that some residents may be more prone to eloping, including those who suffer from the following:

  • Dementia

  • Alzheimer's disease

  • Depression or anxiety

  • Other psychiatric conditions

If your loved one has suffered harm and you’re ready to take action, we are prepared to get started during a free consultation. Elopement is a sign of negligence that should never be tolerated, and as Oklahoma City nursing home abuse attorneys, we know what it takes to build a strong case against this serious issue.


Get access to quality and compassionate legal counsel by calling (405) 673-2377. Our team works with clients throughout the Oklahoma City Metro Area.

Common Causes of Overdose

Suffering an overdose in a nursing home is an act of negligence on the part of the nursing home staff. Unfortunately, it is not an uncommon occurrence. While caretakers in a nursing home should receive adequate training on how to care for residents, sometimes staff members act negligently, carelessly, or abusively, which puts the residents' health at risk.

Resident overdose can occur after any of the following:

  • Staff gives residents the wrong medication

  • Staff gives residents the wrong dosage

  • Staff skips a dose of medication

As Oklahoma City nursing home abuse attorneys, we are fully equipped to help you determine the strengths of your case. If you believe your loved one suffered an overdose while under the care of a nursing home staff, we are prepared to help.

Let us give you the counsel you need to move forward. Call us today at (405) 673-2377 to schedule a free consultation.


Common Symptoms of Aspiration Pneumonia

Unfortunately, aspiration pneumonia, an infection in the lung caused by inhaling food, stomach acid, or saliva, is on the rise among nursing home residents. If left untreated, the infection can become a much more serious condition. If you or a loved one have suffered because of this sickness and the nursing home failed to get you proper medical attention, you may be entitled to compensation.

Martin + Fielding has represented clients that have endured the following symptoms of aspiration pneumonia:

  • Poor oral hygiene and bad breath

  • Coughing and wheezing

  • Chest pain

  • Shortness of breath

  • Fever

  • Sweating

  • Fatigue

If you're ready to seek legal action, our team is here to assist. With over 20 years combined experience, we have what it takes to investigate and build a strong case on your behalf. We are committed to working towards getting you and your loved one the justice you deserve.


Gain access to an experienced attorney in the Oklahoma City Metro Area today by calling (405) 673-2377 and making an appointment for a free initial consultation.

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