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The words “nursing home abuse” often serve to conjure images of physical or sexual violence. And indeed, these things do happen in nursing homes across the country with alarming regularity, making their specter all the more terrifying.
Violence, however, for all of its awfulness, does not always leave marks. This makes knowing the behavioral changes that can...
According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, around 12% of senior citizens face financial exploitation. Even more tragic, a majority of these cases involve family members or trusted healthcare providers.
If you suspect a loved one is being financially exploited, talking to an experienced nursing home attorney is the next logical...Read More
Accidents with commercial trucks can be much more complex than accidents with passenger cars. When you are involved in an accident with a commercial truck, injury may be much more serious. What’s more, there may be multiple parties involved – some of whom are not even on the scene of the accident.
When you are injured in an accident with a commercial...Read More
The state of Tennessee is an at-fault state. In order to be eligible for compensation through legal action, victims must be able to prove they were less than 49% responsible for a car accident. Fault of 50% or greater will result in a denial of compensation. It will also result in an increase in insurance...Read More
When you are injured in a car accident, insurance will typically cover medical expenses, property damage, and related expenses. The amount insurance is willing to pay and how far that payment goes is dependent on several factors, including the role you played in your accident.
When you are injured in a car...Read More
The Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety recently released a 57-page, state-by-state reportcard detailing how well each of the 50 has responded to the need for stronger laws and regulations regarding:
A Green rating in the “...Read More
A full year after the first case of EVALI and the health risks of vaping are still not fully understood. Various studies have linked the use of e-cigarettes to a host of diseases, illness, and conditions including: