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Nursing Home Negligence

Types of Nursing Home Abuse

When many people think of nursing home abuse, they immediately think of assault or neglect, but nursing home abuse takes a number of different forms. Victims face physical, emotional sexual, and financial abuse as well as neglect. The signs of abuse as well as the consequences can be different for each type of abuse. Physical Continue Reading »

Wrongful Death In Nursing Homes

In a skilled nursing facility or a nursing home, wrongful death can include cases where attendants give patients the wrong medicine, neglect to feed them, or cause them physical harm that directly leads to death. Wrongful death in these facilities often involves patients being left on their own for days at a time, patients not Continue Reading »

Bed Sores

Bed sores, or pressure ulcers, are wounds that appear on the skin when someone has been lying or sitting in one position for long periods of time. Unfortunately, bed sores are not uncommon in many nursing homes, but you don’t necessarily have to accept them as an expected occurrence. Bed sores can be a sign Continue Reading »

Nursing Home Neglect

Nursing home neglect falls under the umbrella of elder abuse. Abuse involves intentional acts against an elderly individual, such as physical, sexual or mental assault. Neglect, on the other hand, is the failure to provide proper care and it can be intentional or negligent. Whether it arises from overworked staff who overlook routines or an Continue Reading »

Dehydration

Dehydration in elderly patients is one manifestation of nursing home neglect and abuse. It can compromise health and even lead to wrongful death. Even if it does not contribute directly, dehydration in elderly patients increases the chances that they will succumb to other conditions including infections, illnesses, and injuries. If your loved one resides in Continue Reading »

10 Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

While many nursing homes are a safe and caring place to take your loved one when you can no longer provide for their needs, others fall short of the industry standard level of quality care. Nursing homes can be negligent, careless, or even abusive in their interactions with elderly and/or disabled patients, and often, patients aren’t in Continue Reading »

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