Ways Your Lawyer Can Prove Your Loved One Was Neglected In Their Nursing Home

It's possible that your loved one is being abused at their nursing home but you aren't sure what you can do to ensure you protect them from it and to potentially receive compensation for any neglect they have suffered. While it doesn't happen all the time, elder abuse in a nursing home can happen and it can leave loved ones feeling helpless. There are legal avenues you can take to help protect your loved one and to prove they are being neglected or abused. [Read More]

Nursing Home Neglect: How To Recognize It

Even if you did extensive research before choosing your loved one's nursing home, you still need to be aware of the signs of nursing home abuse. Unfortunately, older individuals in nursing homes are prone to various different types of abuse, and it's important for family members to know what to watch for to protect their loved ones. Here's a look at some of the things you should be attentive to when a family member is in a nursing home. [Read More]

Three Things To Know About Pursuing A Medical Malpractice Case

When individuals are harmed by their medical care providers, they may be able to pursue a malpractice law claim. While this type of claim is fairly common in the legal profession, victims of these cases are often poorly informed. This can make it beneficial to review a few key factors about these claims. Doctors Are Not The Only Professionals Liable For Medical Malpractice There is a common misunderstanding that doctors are the only party that may be liable for medical malpractice. [Read More]

How To Ensure Your Family Is Properly Compensated In A Wrongful Death Lawsuit

If you have recently lost a spouse or other close family member through the fault of someone else, then you and your family might be suffering in a number of different ways. You can't put a price tag on the loss of a loved one. You might be in a financial bind because of the loss, too, since your family might have lost your deceased loved one's income. In addition, you have likely been left with expensive medical bills, funeral expenses, and other expenses related to your loved one's death. [Read More]