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Types of Physical Abuse in Nursing Homes

Nursing home abuse is a silent yet deadly epidemic that impacts the most vulnerable people in society. 

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How Medicare Lets Nursing Homes Get Away with Abuse

Learn how the Medicare ratings system & appeals process lets nursing homes hide violations from the public. Get legal help if your loved one is a victim.

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70% of Reported Elder Sexual Abuse Happens in Nursing Homes

Did you know that 70% of all reported sexual abuse against elders occurs in nursing homes & long-term care facilities? Get the shocking statistics & more.

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Why Don’t Nursing Home Residents Report Abuse?

Nursing home abuse is more common than what's reported. Why don't patients talk about the abuse they suffer? Here's what your family should know.

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Emotional Abuse In Nursing Homes

Learn about emotional abuse in nursing homes & how to hold abusive or neglectful long-term care facilities legally accountable for harming your loved one.

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Recording Laws For Healthcare Settings In Massachusetts & New Hampshire

Learn about the recording laws in New Hampshire & Massachusetts & how you can use audio & video recordings to prove abuse by a medical provider.

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Sepsis In Nursing Homes: Making The Case For Neglect

Learn what sepsis is & how it can be an indicator of nursing home neglect. Get the help you need from a qualified nursing home abuse lawyer in MA & NH now.

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Can Nursing Homes Be Charged With Injuries Caused By Wandering?

Wandering is a common problem in nursing homes. Residents with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease may wander off and become lost or injured. In some cases, nursing homes can be held liable for injuries caused by wandering residents. Every year, thousands of residents wander away from…

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Can I Record Evidence of Nursing Home Abuse?

If you suspect that your loved one is a victim of nursing home abuse, it’s important to take action. But what type of evidence and how much of it you have plays a significant role in whether or not acareless nursing home can be held…

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Looking At Mental Elder Abuse In Nursing Homes

The elderly population is one of the most vulnerable groups in American society, and they’re often victims of abuse by the very people who are supposed to care for them. Mental elder abuse is a common type of abuse that can occur in nursing homes…

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