Residents at intermediate care facilities are the most defenseless members of our society. They rely on others to care for them in all areas of their life.  Sadly, they do not always receive the care they both need and are entitled to under the law. Sadly, they are sometimes abused and neglected.

Neglect can be defined as the failure of a facility, its employees, or service providers to provide goods and services to a resident that are necessary to avoid physical harm, pain, mental anguish, or emotional distress.

If you feel suspect a resident of an intermediate care facility has been abused or neglected please contact me to discuss your concerns. 

I can be reached at pepper@jamespepperlaw or 215-340-2500.