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Posts in April, 2014

Apr 29

Location And Costs For Nursing Home Care

When planning long-term care for you or a loved one be sure to factor in where you would like to reside. Location plays a significant role in ...

Apr 23

Are Skilled Nursing Facilities Failing Elderly Patients?

Over a one-month period of time in 2011, there were 1,538 elderly patient deaths within skilled nursing home facilities. This is but one heart-wrenching statistic ...

Apr 21

Who Survives Heart Attacks?

Over one million Americans experience a heart attack each year. Tens of thousands of Americans live to tell their experience. What determines whether someone has ...

Apr 17

What To Do After Being Hurt by a Defective Product

Our Chicago defective product lawyers understand what makes for a successful case, and we know what can torpedo an otherwise promising claim. One of the realities of ...

Apr 07

Are Unfavorable Results A Form Of Medical Malpractice?

Unfavorable results are possible with any medical procedure. In some instances, these results are beyond the control of medical professionals. However, in far too many ...

Apr 07

Should Nursing Home Investors Be Immune From Lawsuits?

The Florida legislature is debating legislation which would provide complete immunity for investors when a nursing home is sued. Per this legislation, only nursing home ...

Apr 03

April Is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, a joint effort between the National Safety Council and FocusDriven.org – a nonprofit advocating cell phone-free driving. The ...

Apr 01

Where’s the Justice for Our Elderly. Caps on Damages in Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Elderly abuse is a frightening reality. For 21 days Dorothy Douglas, an 87-year old resident in a West Virginia nursing home, was victim to abuse. ...