Fort Pierce Elder Abuse Lawyers

If your loved one was a victim of nursing home abuse, your family may be able to hold the negligent facility or caregiver financially accountable for all resulting damages. During such a stressful time, you shouldn’t have to worry about navigating complicated legal proceedings alone. You also shouldn’t have to dig into your savings to afford a qualified attorney.

The seasoned elder abuse lawyers at Donaldson & Weston work on contingency fee contracts. We require no money upfront, and if we don’t win your case, you won’t owe us any attorneys’ fees.

When your family wants to take on a nursing home—which could mean going up against a massive insurance company—you can rely on our team to protect your best interests every step of the way. Call 772-266-5555 to schedule a free case evaluation with an elder abuse lawyer in Fort Pierce.

What Sets Donaldson & Weston Apart from Other Law Firms in Fort Pierce?

When you hire an elder abuse attorney from Donaldson & Weston, you can expect to receive personalized and attentive counsel from day one. Although we have the resources of a large practice, our lawyers are committed to providing the one-on-one representation of a small, neighborhood firm. We will respond to your calls and emails promptly, and we will make ourselves available after office hours and on weekends.

You can learn a lot about our firm simply by scheduling a free initial consultation. One of our lawyers will assess your case and provide honest answers to your questions. Unlike other law firms that would simply say what you want to hear to secure your business, we will be candid regarding the strengths and weaknesses of your claim as well as the strategies we will use to pursue the best possible outcome.

We have a track record of securing sizeable settlements and verdicts in complicated, high-stakes cases. Our lawyers will do everything in their power to give your claim the best possible chance of success. This might involve visiting the accident scene, interviewing eyewitnesses, filing subpoenas for evidence, and arranging expert witness testimony. If the insurance company or opposing party refuses to accept a fair settlement offer, we will not hesitate to take your case to trial if we believe it is in your best interests.