Dangerous Roommates in Group Homes
Contact an Experienced Arizona Attorney to Discuss Injuries Involving Group Home Abuse
A group home should be a safe haven for special needs children and adults, but all too often this is not the case. Living with violent and sexually aggressive roommates can turn a group home experience into a living nightmare. If someone you love has been attacked or suffered because of a dangerous group home roommate or housemate, the knowledgeable lawyers at The Breslo Law Firm are here to help.
Contact us today online to speak with a knowledgeable Scottsdale, Arizona, dangerous roommates attorney.
Dangerous Group Home Residents
Inadequate supervision puts group home residents at risk by exposing them to dangerous residents. Care providers need to assess risk by evaluating residents and searching for past histories of violence and aggression. Failure to do so can place a helpless special needs child or adult in immediate danger.
Due to developmental disabilities, mental illness and other factors, group home residents are often unable to express their fears and concerns regarding other residents. Staff members must be diligent in assessing the risks one resident may pose to others. Failure to do so constitutes negligence and could result in serious injury, psychological damage and even wrongful death.
Our attorneys have successfully handled numerous group home neglect cases and will work with you personally to achieve a favorable outcome. We understand how difficult it is to know your loved one has suffered in this way. We cannot take that suffering away, but we can help file a claim to obtain monetary compensation and work to ensure that this does not happen again.
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If someone close to you has suffered due to a dangerous roommate or housemate at a group home, we are here to stand up for your rights. Contact us today online to speak with a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer. For your convenience, we offer home and hospital visits by request. We are able to accommodate clients who speak Spanish, French, Italian, Chinese and other languages.