Dallas Theft and Fraud Attorneys

When a loved one requires the care and attention of a nursing home facility to stay healthy and happy, we trust that these nursing homes and their staff will act professionally and responsibly towards their residents. Unfortunately, some nursing homes employ poorly trained or unethical workers who deem it appropriate to steal and exploit older residents. The mature age of most nursing home residents means they are more susceptible to physical and mental degeneration which, subsequently, makes them prime targets for theft.

At the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter, our Dallas theft and fraud lawyers are dedicated to protecting your loved ones from negligent nursing homes. If you suspect that your elderly family member was the victim of theft or fraud while staying at a nursing home facility, do not hesitate to seek legal action against the perpetrator.

Examples of Theft and Fraud in Nursing Homes

Elderly nursing home residents are not always mentally capable to make decisions for themselves or entirely understand the events surrounding them. This results in a vulnerability to theft and fraud in which residents are unable to protect themselves. The following list includes examples of theft and fraud in nursing homes:

  • Overcharging residents without explanation
  • Stealing personal items from residents
  • Exploiting money or assets from residents
  • Forging documentation

At the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter, our Dallas nursing home theft and fraud attorneys understand the frustration and stress you must feel after your loved one becomes a victim of theft. By filing claims against the responsibly parties, you may be able to recover your peace of mind and sense of justice.

Contact a Nursing Home Theft and Fraud Lawyer in Dallas Today

If your loved one was abused while in the care of a nursing home, the Dallas theft and fraud attorneys at the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter are prepared to take your case. Your family should not be subject to the financial burden or emotional distress after a nursing home failed to protect its resident. For more information on how our offices can help you, please call (214) 457-1668 today.


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