John Breslo The Breslo Law Firm
8426 East Shea Boulevard
Scottsdale AZ 85260
Telephone: 480-389-1994
Telephone: 888-339-9875
Fax: 480-240-9325

Inadequate Supervision

Inadequate Supervision is a Form of Group Home Neglect

Special needs children and adults live in group homes precisely because they require supervision. When group homes fail to provide adequate supervision, the residents are put in danger. If your loved one has suffered in a group home due to negligence, the experienced lawyers at The Breslo Law Firm are here to help.

Contact us today online to speak with a knowledgeable Scottsdale, Arizona, inadequate supervision attorney.

Failure to Supervise Group Home Residents

At The Breslo Law Firm, we help group home residents who have suffered due to neglect and abuse. We handle a wide range of group home negligence claims, including those involving inadequate supervision.

Group home residents who are not properly supervised are in danger from their own actions as well as the actions of others. Unsupervised residents can wander off, putting themselves in danger of perils outside of the home. They can also fall and suffer serious injuries.

Inadequate supervision also exposes residents to dangers from fellow residents. If left alone with dangerous roommates or housemates, residents are vulnerable to physical and sexual abuse.

Our attorneys will work with you to carefully examine all of the circumstances leading to your loved one’s injury. We are dedicated to helping our clients recover monetary damages and ensuring that other group home residents are protected from these harmful practices in the future.

Schedule Your Free Consultation Today

If someone you love was harmed because of group home abuse or neglect, we are here to stand up for your rights. Contact us today online to speak with a knowledgeable negligence attorney. 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.

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