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Negligence

Benefits Of Legal Representation In Nursing Home Legal Cases

Nursing Home Legal Cases

Time. Money. Justice. These are all factors in a vast array of situations in life, and nursing home legal cases are no different.  To begin with, experiencing nursing home abuse or neglect, or learning that a loved one is or was being abused or neglected, generally coincides with feelings of anger, hurt, and even guilt. Adding to the devastation is the confusion that usually follows regarding what steps to take next — and hiring a nursing home abuse and neglect lawyer is often a consideration. However, a combination of misconceptions about legal costs and time factors sometimes deters individuals from initially...

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Elder Abuse Lawyers Discuss Staying Alert To Nursing Home Abuse And Neglect

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Before the Covid-19 pandemic, elder abuse lawyers saw many cases of nursing home abuse and neglect. This has been a growing concern among the elderly and their families. This includes such cases in nursing homes and assisted living facilities in heavily populated retirement areas including Miami and South Florida. Unfortunately, with the advent of the pandemic, the lines between detecting if a loved one is being abused (or neglected) or not have become substantially blurred.  This is due in part to the fact that during the pandemic, family members have been generally restricted from physically visiting their loved ones who are...

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Medical Malpractice Negligence In Hospitals: Preventable Harm

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Misdiagnosis. Medication errors. Laboratory test mix-ups. These are just a few of the scenarios that can lead to legal action after an individual or loved one is injured or dies due to medical malpractice negligence in a hospital or medical center. And they are far too common. Evidence-based research estimates show that over 400,000 patients die due to preventable harm in hospitals each year.1  Determining the extent of harm caused and providing provable causative factors is essential in securing grounds for a medical malpractice negligence lawsuit. Were all patient symptoms addressed? Were all medications and any potential or known interactions carefully...

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Negligent Security & Wrongful Death

Negligent security & Wrongful Death

Negligent security is one of many types of negligence that results in civil lawsuits. Legally, it generally involves cases in which assault, battery, and/or aggravated assault results in the injury or death of an individual as a result of improper, insufficient, or non-existent security—in the form of either material surveillance or trained security personnel—on a property. Essentially it is a form of premises liability, and includes any harm from robbery to rape. It may also include situations in which an individual is injured on a property and left without assistance due to a lack of security surveillance. For example, a...

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Covid-19 Nursing Home Liability Attorneys Discuss Legal Action

covid-19 nursing home liability attorneys

As the number of nursing homes and assisted living facilities (ALFs) hit with Covid-19 outbreaks continues to escalate, so does the number of individuals looking for Covid-19 Nursing Home Liability Attorneys to take legal action against them and their employees due to the deaths of loved ones.  Legal issues involving the Covid-19 pandemic as it relates to nursing home care and other related care services include, but are not limited to, improper testing, insufficient number of caregivers, and lack of personal protective equipment (PPE).  Improper TestingNursing homes, ALFs, and other care facilities who do not acquire test materials, do not properly administer...

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Miami doctor’s call to broker during baby’s delivery leads to $33.8 million judgment

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Original Source: Miami Herald, By Daniel Chang, UPDATED MAY 02, 2017 08:08 PM Marla Dixon was in the final stage of labor and ready to deliver a baby boy when the obstetrician arrived at her bedside at North Shore Medical Center in Miami. It was not a high-risk pregnancy. But over the next 90 minutes, the doctor made a series of missteps that led to a tragic outcome for Dixon and her baby — and a $33.8 million judgment, according to a federal lawsuit. The doctor ordered nurses to restart a drug to strengthen contractions, failed to perform a Cesarean section — and...

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