Proving Your Nursing Home Negligence Case

When your senior parents can no longer care for themselves, you trust in nursing homes to give them the attention, support, and assistance they need to thrive. Unfortunately, many nursing homes are overcrowded, underfunded, and understaffed, which can lead to nursing home negligence. Even if no one meant to hurt your loved one, you may be able to sue for damages. Before you do, however, check out these commonly asked questions to better prepare yourself for a potential case.Read More

Your Guide to Nursing Home Abuse

As the population gets older, more Americans reside and receive care in nursing homes. You want the best possible care for your friends and relatives, and it’s disheartening to suspect that they may not receive the loving treatment they deserve.

Here’s what you need to know about nursing home abuse, including the various types of mistreatment, signs of abuse, and what you should do if you suspect abuse.

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How Do Families Deal With Nursing Home Abuse?

If your loved one has been the victim of nursing home abuse, you may be unsure what to do. The good news is that, after you’ve contacted the proper authorities and removed your loved one from the abusive situation, there are many methods for how to deal with nursing home abuse after the fact, depending on your needs and those of your loved one.

The following coping options can help you deal with the aftermath of discovering nursing home abuse. Keep reading to see what steps you can take and what you need to consider.

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Is Posting Photos Nursing Home Abuse?

When you think of nursing home abuse, you most likely think of physical abuse. You may not initially envision the damage that can be caused by nursing home staff posting photos of your loved one on social media. When people take pictures of your loved one that they or you aren’t aware of, the effects feel dehumanizing and degrading. But do you have a personal injury case? A lawsuit is a possibility.Read More

Upstate Nursing Homes

The Independent Mail conducted an eight-month investigation that revealed dramatic variations in the quality of care at Upstate nursing homes.

Check out this story here from Independent Mail.

Disability Backlog Tops 1 Million

Right now, there are than 1 million Americans wait hearing to see whether they qualify for disability benefits from Social Security. An article posted by CBS News on September 17, 2017 highlights the real challenges facing Social Security in the United States.

To see the full article, click here.



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Veteran with PTSD and traumatic brain injury has to take his claim to Federal Court to get his Social Security Disability Benefits.

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What is a Disability for purposes of Social Security Disability?

This is a frequently asked question for individuals that are thinking of applying for Social Security Disability.  The Social Security Administration defines Disability as, “the inability to engage in any substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which can be expected toRead More

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