Akron Elder Abuse Attorney

Akron Elder Abuse Attorney

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Finding out that a loved one has suffered from elder abuse can be incredibly overwhelming. You expect the caregivers for elderly family members to go the extra mile to provide care, not cause them harm. When abuse does occur, you need an experienced, compassionate attorney on your side.

That’s where The Henry Law Firm comes in. At The Henry Law Firm, we focus on providing our clients with the compassionate support they need while aggressively pursuing the compensation and assistance they deserve. We use modern technology and investigative techniques to make sure that we have the full story, then put together a comprehensive claim that serves to establish the compensation your loved one deserves. Then, we make sure that you understand each step of the legal journey. We also answer your questions and offer additional advice to help maximize your loved one’s ability to recover compensation.


We keep the focus on our clients and their rights throughout the claim.


From communication with our clients to investigation into the claim, we use the latest technology in every stage of the process.


With the latest methods we ensure that all evidence related to your loved one’s abuse is collected.


Comprehensive storytelling is used to establish what abuse our clients suffered and receive the compensation they deserve as a result.

What to Do After Elder Abuse

Discovering elder abuse can feel incredibly traumatic – and many people panic because they have no idea what to do next. At The Henry Law Firm, we can help you learn more about your next steps following elder abuse. In the meantime, take these critical steps:

  • Take care of any emergency needs and seek immediate medical attention
  • Report the abuse to the facility owner or to the authorities
  • Document everything

  • Investigate the abuse, including asking your loved one for more details
  • Contact a lawyer
  • Remove your loved one from the situation

We Fight for Your Family After Elder Abuse

Did you or a loved one suffer serious injuries due to elder abuse? At The Henry Law Firm, we will fight for you. Our attorney will aggressively pursue every avenue of investigation and seek the compensation you really deserve for those severe injuries. We want to make sure that you understand your rights and that the party that caused your injuries faces justice for the damages caused–and we’ll stand by your side throughout the entire claim.


Our Akron Elder Abuse Attorney Is Your Advocate

At The Henry Law Firm, we stand as an essential advocate for our clients. We are dedicated to providing a high standard of care and support during every step of the process. If you suspect abuse, you should get in touch with an Akron elder abuse attorney as soon as possible to help you learn more about your rights and to protect yourself or your loved one. Our experienced elder abuse attorney will then walk you through the legal process following elder abuse, from reporting the incident to seeking the compensation your family deserves. You will also receive comprehensive advice about how to manage your claim, including how to deal with the insurance company and how to handle any challenges you may face during your pursuit of compensation.

Your Akron, OH Elder Abuse Lawyer

Elder abuse can prove incredibly traumatic to the entire family. Seniors are deserving of respect and support that will help them maintain a high quality of life even as their physical capability declines. When someone abuses an elderly individual, you need an Akron elderly abuse lawyer to help you pursue the compensation your family deserves for that loss. At The Henry Law Firm, we offer the support our clients need to feel confident about their claims.

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Why Choose Us?

At The Henry Law Firm, our clients are our top priority. We work hard to support them as they learn more about their rights and seek the compensation they deserve. Not only that, we’ll help ensure that you have the information you need to prove liability–and a compelling claim that makes it easier for you to get the compensation you, or your loved one, deserve. We use the latest in modern investigative techniques to learn more about the elder abuse suffered by you or your loved one, which may make it easier to establish liability and move forward with your claim.

Frequently Asked Questions


At The Henry Law Firm, we cannot guarantee the compensation you will ultimately recover following elder abuse in Akron. However, in general, you can expect compensation to include:

  • Any medical expenses your loved one may have faced, including hospitalization or long-term treatment as well as emergency care
  • Moving your loved one to a new nursing home facility, if needed. Sometimes, this may include compensation for increased care fees due to the change in location.
  • Your loved one’s pain and suffering.


Generally, the person who suffered the abuse and, therefore, the damages associated with that abuse will have to file the claim. However, in cases of elder abuse, if you hold legal power of attorney for your loved one, you may have the right to file a claim on their behalf. In addition, if your loved one dies as a result of elder abuse, your family may have the right to file a wrongful death claim.


Generally, the party that commits acts of abuse against an elderly individual will bear liability for those actions. However, in some cases, elder abuse claims may also include:

  • A nursing home that should have provided care for your loved one (and that should have taken steps to prevent the abuse)
  • An in-home care provider, including the company that should have screened its applicants and taken steps to avoid abuse of its clients
  • A doctor who failed to treat a patient properly

At The Henry Law Firm, we investigate all the factors that may have contributed to abuse, including poor staffing choices that may have led to your loved one’s injuries, and identify all parties that may share liability for the abuse, which can help your family pursue the compensation you may deserve.


Elder abuse may include:

  • Physical abuse
  • Emotional abuse
  • Neglect
  • Financial abuse
  • Sexual abuse

If you see potential signs of abuse, from obvious signs of neglect to continuing signs of fear, distrust, or withdrawal in your loved one, investigate immediately and contact a lawyer to support your loved one. Try to collect evidence as you can: photos of any physical injuries your loved one may have sustained, video evidence of abuse, or statements from your loved one, for example.