At The Carlson Law Firm, we have a group of highly educated and well-respected Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Attorneys on staff. Establishing negligence is key to the success of any case, and we have more than enough skill and resources to do just that. Our attorneys are known across the nation for their efforts in prosecuting claims of negligence, neglect, and abuse in nursing homes and assisted living centers around the country. Our firm has more than four decades of experience and runs like a machine – efficiently and effectively.
Protecting families since 1976
The Carlson Law Firm has been representing and protecting clients nationwide since 1976. During this time, we have built a reputation for success and have received numerous awards. Our firm is committed to delivering exceptional service and representation but more importantly, we provide you with an experienced team that has your back, one-hundred percent. Nursing home abuse and neglect comes in many different forms. No matter the case, you can be confident about placing your trust in our proven legal team.
Nursing homes are required by law to maintain the federal standards of care that are outlined in the Federal Nursing Home Reform Act. However, this is not always the case. A high number of nursing home residents are being injured or killed by the negligence of these facilities. When this happens, both victims and their loved ones want and deserve answers.
At The Carlson Law Firm, we’ll get you those answers. We believe in signature customer service. This means that we put our clients needs ahead of our own, always. Our staff of experienced trial attorneys and case managers is available 24/7 to answer any questions you might have about filing your lawsuit.
There is no cost to you to speak with us. The Carlson Law Firm works on a contingency fee basis. We only recover our fees if you receive compensation.
Carlson attorneys Ernest Tosh and J.T. Borah were featured in a six-month WFAA investigation which uncovered an ugly truth: Nearly 200 aids certified to work in North Texas nursing homes have serious or violent criminal histories. News 8 investigator Charlotte Huffman spent months analyzing state data and made the disturbing discovery: violent criminals are legally working as certified nursing aides (CNAs), having daily interactions with residents. Because of loopholes in Texas regulations, you can plead guilty to serious and violent crimes, yet still, become certified as a nurse aide. “For the nursing home industry, it's all about money,” said Ernest..