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Wrongful Death in Nursing Homes

When placing our elderly loved ones in a nursing home, we are entrusting their safety and well-being into the hands of the nursing home staff. While many nursing home caregivers are genuinely caring and compassionate, many more are stressed, overworked, or simply don’t care. When nursing home staff fail to…

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Elder Financial Abuse Is A Growing Problem

Elderly men and women often have a lot of money that they saved up over their lives. Unfortunately, it is quite common for family members and unscrupulous caregivers to take advantage of an elderly person’s trusting nature and, in some cases, diminished cognitive ability to fleece them out of tens…

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Putting a Stop to Sexual Abuse of the Elderly

It is unthinkable that your beloved parent or grandparent may be raped or otherwise sexually assaulted by the very people they trust to care for them at a nursing home. However, it is the unfortunate truth that many nursing home residents are sexually abused by their caretakers. It is up…

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What To Do If You Suspect Your Loved One Is Being Abused

It is often a hard decision to put a loved one into a nursing home. After you make that decision, though, you expect that the home you chose will treat your loved one well. Finding signs of elder abuse or neglect is devastating, but there are things you can do…

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Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

Placing your loved one in a nursing home is often a hard decision. You hope that they will be well taken care of, but the truth is that many nursing homes are understaffed and do not perform proper vetting processes for their employees. This can result in elder abuse or…

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