If you suspect someone is being abused, contact us immediately. Our professional agents are skilled in elder abuse investigations and will get you the answers you need as soon as possible. We are passionate about putting an end to this unsavory activity and will work with you to resolve the situation.
Elder abuse can be physical, mental, or emotional and it can be the result of intentional actions, malice, or negligence. The elderly are sometimes too scared or too weak to stand up for themselves, and it can be easy for people to take advantage of them.
Elder abuse typically occurs in the home, in public, at nursing and retirement homes. It may be through negligence in failing to provide services to people in need of care, or through deliberate malice or intentional acts. It is a crime that often goes unreported, but statistics show that incidents are increasing quickly in number and frequency.
Elder Abuse Investigation Information:
- Types of Abuse:
- Physical: failure to take care of daily tasks such as housecleaning, providing medical supplies, assisting with hygiene, etc.
- Mental or Emotional: being ignored, verbally abused, given a lack of mental exercises
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- Where Abuse May Occur:
- Domestic elderly abuse may occur in the home of the guardian
- Guardianship is permitted by State, and the guardian is granted access to property, finances, and other assets of the ward for the benefit of the ward
- Elderly care centers such as retirement homes and nursing homes
- Failure to provide the minimum care as promised to the family before the victim moves in or is admitted.
If you suspect that an elderly person you know and love is being neglected, abused, or taken advantage of, do not waste any time. Call NIS immediately for a free elder abuse investigation. We will conduct a thorough investigation to determine the extent of the elder abuse and who is the abuser. If the issue involves theft or embezzlement, our elder abuse investigators will be able to trace the losses and identify all of the guilty parties. We work efficiently and confidentially to make sure you get the answers you need. In cases of Elder Abuse, the health and safety of the victim is of the utmost importance, and you cannot let another day go by without acting to protect him or her.
Please be prepared, a Free Consultation for this investigation type may request the following information:
Do you suspect abuse? (Please indicate which types)
Please explain some of the warning signs you have noticed?
When was the problem first suspected?
Has there been a report derived indicating the cause and origin?
Have you retained legal counsel?
Are there photos or video available?
Are you or is someone in danger for life or otherwise?
Are you the legal guardian?
Have you filed any charges?
How many subjects may be involved?
Do you have any evidence you need tested for biological fluids?
Have you found any inventory (evidence) or information about this case that has not been reported to the Police?
Describe the circumstances and requirements of your case to us. Please include any and all information that may be important. Even the most minor detail can be considered helpful. (The Story)