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Emotional or Psychological Abuse of Nursing Home Residents

Though many people first consider the physical wellbeing and care a nursing home resident receives, their emotional and psychological wellbeing is just as critical to their overall health. However, many nursing home residents in Nashville do not only receive the emotional care they need, but are mistreated in these aspects as well. In fact, as our team at Pohl & Berk, LLP, are all too aware of the myriad of types of emotional and psychological abuse that nursing home residents are subjected to.

Examples of Emotional and Psychological Abuse in Nursing Homes

Because the emotional and psychological needs of everyone vary, the ways in which this type of abuse can occur in nursing homes can also vary widely. However, some of the most common examples of emotional or psychological abuse that can affect nursing home residents include:

  • Forced Isolation
  • Degradation or Humiliation
  • Verbal Abuse

Any of these types of abuse could be devastating emotionally or psychologically for a nursing home resident.

Contact a Nursing Home Malpractice Lawyer in Nashville

At Pohl & Berk, LLP, our legal team believes that no one should have to face the harm, frustration, and other consequences that accompany nursing home abuse. If your loved one has, indeed, suffered from emotional or psychological abuse at the hands of their caregivers, then you and your family may be entitled to financial compensation from those responsible for the mistreatment. Speak with us about pursuing the compensation and justice you need by calling 615-277-2765.

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