Baird Mandalas Brockstedt, LLC Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect

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What We Do For You

It can be difficult to see a loved one or family member suffer under the care of abusive or neglectful medical and nursing staff. Abuse and negligence can take on many forms including:

  • Negligent or substandard medical or nursing care
  • Physical abuse
  • Verbal or mental abuse and harassment
  • Falls
  • Bedsores
  • Mistakes in medication or dosage
  • Sexual abuse
  • Lack of supervision
  • Failure to provide adequate assistance

The team at Baird Mandalas Brockstedt Federico & Cardea experienced in nursing home neglect law. We understand the federal and state laws and regulations that nursing homes must follow and, in conjunction with our team of experts, will work diligently to prosecute your case and maximize your recovery.

Practicing Attorneys


Chase Brockstedt

Chase Brockstedt is the lead partner in the firm’s injury litigation department. He has dedicated his career to representing individuals who have been injured through no fault of their own and are seeking fair compensation. Chase has substantial experience in navigating the complicated world of insurance to ensure that his client’s medical bills and lost wages are paid on time and to recover damages for pain, suffering and permanent injuries.

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Catherine is an experienced and accomplished litigator with a passion for helping others. Catherine is part of the firm’s Mass Tort & Environmental Litigation team and has assisted clients in class action litigation in obtaining favorable results to improve environmental conditions and health hazards in their communities as well as substantial compensation.

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Brian V. DeMott

Over the years, Brian DeMott has researched complex civil and criminal issues ranging from employment discrimination to post-conviction relief. As a Leadership Delaware Fellow, Mr. DeMott has gone through an intensive, year-long course in which he learned about issues facing the First State.

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