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As a child or family member of a nursing home patient or assisted living resident, your primary concern is to protect your loved one, which is why they are in the nursing home to begin with. Yet, they may not be getting the care and loving treatment that they need and deserve. One in… Read More »
Telemarketing fraud is a serious crime, and can include both large fines and prison time if you are not properly represented by an attorney. Defined as a “white collar” crime, telemarketing fraud occurs during any type of scheme that involves the criminal communicating with the potential victim on the phone, according to Cornell Law…. Read More »
Stalking and aggravated stalking are both serious crimes in Florida. Because stalking victims are at a heightened risk of being raped, murdered, or otherwise harmed, law enforcement take all allegations of stalking very seriously. Stalking includes making unwanted phone calls, following or spying on someone, damaging someone’s property, threatening someone or their family members,… Read More »
The entire reason that your elderly parent or other loved one is in a nursing home is because her or she cannot fully care for themselves. Nursing homes are paid good money to care for residents, who put their trust in the staff and management to ensure that quality medical care is provided. But… Read More »
CMS To Make It Easier For Consumers To Discover Which Nursing Homes Have Violations Related To Abuse, Neglect.
October 7, 2019 Modern Healthcare (10/7, Brady, Subscription Publication) reports that on Monday, CMS “announced…it would make it easier for consumers to find out about nursing homes that have violated rules about abuse, neglect or exploitation.” The article says CMS’ “Nursing Home Compare website will add an icon next to nursing homes with reported… Read More »
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