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Risk Factors for Nursing Home Abuse

Risk Factors for Nursing Home Abuse There is no doubt that the older population in the United States is growing. From 2012 to 2050, the number of Americans over age 65 is expected to double from 43.1 million to 83.7 million. Many of these people will need care in nursing homes and other long-term care

Many Falls Don’t “Just Happen”

Many of our cases involve serious injuries and deaths that result from falls.  A lot of times families are just told that “falls happen” and that they are unavoidable.  In our experience, this is simply not true. To begin, nursing homes must be vigilant about falls because falls for the elderly can be catastrophic.  The mortality rate for

The Basics of Bed Sores

Many of the cases we handle are claims regarding bed sores.  They are also called pressure injuries, pressure wounds, or decubitus ulcers.  These truly horrific injuries can complicate recovery, delay rehabilitation, and lead to death.  They are almost always avoidable with good basic nursing care. Understanding the basics of how they form is essential to keeping your loved one

Nursing Home Workers Posting on Snapchat

Recently, there have been numerous instances of nursing home workers posting inappropriate photos and videos of residents on social media platforms. According to a non-profit investigative journalism organization, ProPublica, there is now a total of 65 postings since 2012, and the pace of reported incidents has increased. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have

Health Care Aide Left Elderly Woman in Hot Car in Raritan

Health Care Aide Left Elderly Woman in Hot Car in Raritan A home health care aide left an elderly woman in her car during a hot day in Raritan Township, New Jersey. Around 3:32 pm, on Monday, August 21, a police officer spotted the 93-year-old woman sitting in the hot car with no keys inside at

Steps to Take After a Bicycle Accident

Bicyclists face a higher risk of injury and fatality from accidents than occupants of motor vehicles, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Drivers are obligated to share the road with other drivers as well as bicyclists, but sometimes their negligence leads to serious accidents. It is important for bicyclists to know the steps to


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