Top Montague Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers - Michigan

Neglect and abuse in nursing homes take a physical and emotional toll on their victims. At the Olsman MacKenzie Peacock & Wallace law firm in Berkley, Michigan, we have seen firsthand how devastating neglect can be. Illnesses, physical injuries and psychological damage can occur when the people entrusted to care for someone shirk their responsibilities and act negligently.   Our skilled...

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    Van Tubergen, Treutler & Hayes (VTH Law) handles cases involving serious litigation ranging from civil law, criminal law, family law, personal injury law, probate/estate planning as well as Bankruptcy. Our team at Van Tubergen, Treutler & Hayes PLLC offers experienced, knowledgeable, comprehensive and compassionate representation. Whether you are facing bankruptcy, divorce, an injury,...

  • Drew Cooper & Anding is a boutique law firm located in downtown Grand Rapids serving clients throughout Michigan and providing Just Results for more than 25 years. During that time, we have become one of the most trusted sources of quality, effective advocacy and support for those who have legal needs. Some of our areas of particular focus include: Complex commercial litigation Consumer...

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    Nursing home abuse is a criminal activity that should be rectified immediately. At the law firm of Olsman MacKenzie & Wallace in Battle Creek, we work with families across the state of Michigan to hold negligent parties responsible for their actions. Our team of experienced attorneys and nurses can recognize the signs of abuse and neglect. We make it a priority to demonstrate the damaging...

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    1. Pittsburgh, PA Goldberg Persky White P.C. Attorneys at Law is there for victims of asbestos and has been a pioneer in the industry since the first asbestos lawsuits were filed. The law firm assists people as they take legal action for mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis and related cancers. In addition to their long-standing asbestos practice history, the firm’s attorneys represent clients...

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