How a Simple Hug Can Raise a Red Flag About Nursing Home Abuse

Posted on: 25 January 2019

When you visit your elderly parent in a nursing home, it's common to greet him or her with a hug. Although dementia patients might not always be keen on this type of contact, a hug is usually a part of your visit to the home. This common gesture is simple, but don't discount its value in terms of potentially making you aware that abuse might be going on. Should you suspect abuse, talk to your parent immediately and involve local law enforcement.
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Three Healthcare Professionals You Can Target In A Malpractice Suit

Posted on: 28 October 2018

When you think about taking legal action as a result of medical malpractice, it's likely that you imagine targeting a doctor, a nurse, or the hospital itself. While these targets are common medical malpractice cases, you might be surprised to know that there are many other healthcare professionals that you can target. If you've attended an appointment with a different type of licensed and insured healthcare practitioner and have ended up with an injury that is affecting your quality of life and ability to work, contact a medical negligence attorney to discuss whether or not you have a case.
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Rear-Ended By A Relative Or Fender-Bendered By A Friend? How To Sort Out An Auto Accident Involving A Loved One

Posted on: 21 September 2018

You love your family and all of your closest friends, but what happens if one of them rear-ends your car or otherwise is involved in an accident with you? You don't want to start with a screaming match and end with the dissolution of the relationship, but the details of responsibility and insurance payments must be sorted out, nonetheless.   Address Possible Injuries First Just because relatives or friends were involved in the collision doesn't mean any potential injuries should be downplayed.
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Points That Your Attorney Can Argue In A Zoo-Related Wrongful Death Case

Posted on: 14 August 2018

If you operate a zoo, there's always a possibility that someone may be killed on your property. Wild animals and humans don't always mix, and zoos can often find themselves making headlines in the wake of one of their animals killing a person. In such a scenario, it's almost certain that the victim's family will present you with a wrongful death lawsuit, but you shouldn't automatically assume that you'll need to present a settlement or lose the case in court.
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