About Lloyd & Lloyd
We made the law on holding nursing home owners accountable.
The attorneys of Lloyd & Lloyd have decades of experience in helping families who have suffered nursing home abuse.
Our service to the families of nursing home residents begins with identifying whether abuse has occurred. We do not charge for this service. Many families take comfort in knowing the truth about the quality of care their loved one has received.
Fanning has been cited by dozens of other courts – and used by hundreds of Oklahoma nursing home residents – to hold owners responsible.
We have a reputation for tenaciously pursuing justice by holding nursing home owners accountable for the harm they cause. We have pursued nursing home owners around the country – from mansions in the Teton Mountains of Wyoming to one owner hiding in his mother’s house in Stillwater – on behalf of our clients.
Contact us today if you suspect that you or a loved one has experienced nursing home abuse.
When such nursing home owners face a claim by an injured resident, owners frequently will hide their assets. And, many times the nursing homes are indeed without assets –because the owners have siphoned and consumed all of the assets for their own personal gain.
Many attorneys won’t take a case against a nursing home that is uninsured.
Lloyd & Lloyd will. In 2004, the Oklahoma Supreme Court held in our case, Fanning v. Brown, 2004 OK 7, declared that nursing home owners can be held personally liable if their nursing home injures a resident.
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No family wants to face having to put a loved one into a nursing home. However, if it is necessary to take this step, the family deserves to know that the promises of the nursing home to take care of their parent(s) are true.