If I’m Contacted By a Risk Manager to Discuss My Loved One’s Injury, Should I Speak With Them?

Watch this video by experienced South Carolina nursing home abuse attorney Matthew Breen to find out why it may not be in your best interests to speak to a nursing home risk manager if they contact you following a nursing home injury.

If you or someone you love was injured due to the carelessness, recklessness, or wrongful conduct of another, contact Lowcountry Law, LLC for a free consultation. We will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.


Were you or someone you love injured in a nursing home, and now the nursing home risk manager or case manager is contacting you? It’s important to know what to say and not to say in order to protect your loved one’s rights.

We recommend that you get their contact info, any sort of claim number, or file number for anything like that. But you should say thank you for that. I just need your contact info so I can forward it to my lawyer. And you need to hire me as soon as possible because if they’re contacting you, they obviously know that something has happened.

Was your loved one injured in a nursing home due to the wrongful, negligent, or reckless acts of another party? We can help you secure justice and compensation for your loved one. Schedule a free consultation with dedicated Myrtle Beach nursing home abuse lawyer Matthew Breen and let his experience work for you.