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Whether you or a loved one has experienced recurring abuse in a nursing home or was involved in an accident that resulted in mental or physical harm, injury, or death, you need a nursing home abuse attorney to pursue legal action. You or your loved one may be traumatized, ill, or injured, and are entitled to recover compensation for the negligence or wrongful act of the at-fault party.

A successful Boca Raton elder abuse attorney at Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath is here to help. We’ll determine the best path for your case and help recover all damages that were caused by the nursing home’s neglect or abuse.

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Our Recent Settlements



A Broward County jury awarded Denise and David Brown $35 million in a case against North Broward Hospital District, doing business at Broward General Hospital.


Matt Haynes immediately filed suit and noticed the case for trial.  Even with all the challenges of Covid closures, the Team kept the pressure on, and resolved the case in less than 10 months for more than the company’s policy limits.


Our 23-year-old client was driving to his aunt’s home on I-95 when the left rear tire on his SUV sustained a tread separation causing him to lose control.

Types of Nursing Home Abuse Claims We Handle

Unfortunately, nursing home abuse is a common occurrence. Abuse can happen at any type of nursing home – independent living homes, assisted living homes, skilled nursing facilities, memory care homes, home care, and more.

Elderly people can experience a wide range of abuse in different nursing home settings, and any professional on staff can be held liable for damages that have been caused due to their negligence or wrongful act.


The most common types of nursing home abuse include but are not limited to:

  • Neglect
  • Physical abuse
  • Verbal abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • Abandonment
  • Emotional abuse
  • Financial exploitation

When you or a loved one has been a victim of abuse in a nursing home, file a legal claim and hold the at-fault party liable. Nursing home abuse can result in a wide range of damages that can bring forth legal action, including:

  • General or noneconomic damages, such as pain and suffering and mental anguish
  • Personal injury resulting in medical expenses and long-term health conditions
  • Wrongful death


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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s my car accident case worth?

Insurers may calculate damages arising car accidents in many different ways. An experienced attorney can help you estimate your losses arising from medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

What if my car is hit by an uninsured driver?

If you have purchased uninsured motorist coverage from your insurance carrier, you can usually file a claim for medical expenses and property damage arising from an accident with an uninsured driver.

What evidence do you need to pursue a car accident lawsuit?

Many sources of information can become valuable evidence following a car accident. Photographs of the damage, statements from eyewitnesses, and police or DMV reports can all be relevant to your case.

What if an insurance company unreasonably refuses to settle a claim?

Though state laws vary, insurers must generally act in good faith toward those making claims on a policy. Signs of bad faith include delayed responses to claims, and denying claims without explanation.

Do I need a car accident lawyer?

Following a collision, an experienced car accident attorney can help you gather evidence, assemble documentation of your losses, and negotiate with insurers and adverse parties to protect your rights.
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