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Nursing Home Abuse

Nursing Malpractice: Another Form of Medical Negligence

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Nursing Malpractice can happen in doctors’ offices, hospitals and even with at-home care. Unfortunately, while many patients’ nurse-related experiences are rooted in exceptional care, a percentage involve negligence, malpractice, or both. The potential for the prevalence of substandard care to be higher is found in areas where medical offices, care centers, and hospitals are abundant—including South Florida.  At-home nursing care, which is often provided for the elderly and those who are handicapped or severely injured, may be overlooked with regard to potential for nursing malpractice. Family members and friends should stay alert to any concerns voiced by those receiving such care.  Potential...

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CoVid-19 Nursing Home Lawyers Assess Liability & Lawsuits

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As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, the unknowns about the virus correspond with the types of new legal scenarios that are emerging. Sadly, nursing homes and assisted living centers are the sites of exceptional devastation due to the disease. CoVid-19 Nursing Home lawyers nationally are being contacted regarding illness and death of loved ones who are or were in nursing homes or assisted living centers and contracted the virus. And while many viable laws are already in place that address nursing home neglect and abuse, other situations are arising that may blur or void the use of current laws (or portions...

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Covid-19 Nursing Home Liability Attorneys Discuss Legal Action

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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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Nursing Home Surveillance Cameras: Is Florida Going To Be Next?

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Florida has more nursing homes than most states, with South Florida in particular being  highly sought after not only as a location for retirement, but also for assisted living and nursing care. Unfortunately, the combination of an increasing amount of nursing home residents and insufficient oversight has resulted in an increase in nursing home abuse and negligence claims, leaving loved ones and their families searching for accountability and solutions. One such potential solution is the installation of nursing home surveillance cameras in the rooms of nursing home residents. The use of legally authorized “Granny Cams” is on the rise, with...

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Nursing Home Abuse & Negligence In South Florida: Part II

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As noted in Part I of our coverage of Nursing Home Abuse & Negligence, South Florida – including Miami and surrounding areas – has continued to grow robustly as a popular location for those seeking retirement in an area with spectacular weather, cultural diversity, and a plethora of services. This includes growth in the quantity of assisted living centers and nursing homes. The combination of a large number of care centers and insufficient resources for enforcing regulations to keep our loved ones safe has, unfortunately, created situations that have resulted in an increase in the number of cases of negligence,...

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Nursing Home Abuse & Negligence In South Florida: Part I

Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect

South Florida’s ever-growing popularity as a prime retirement destination has created a booming hub of assisted living centers and nursing homes set among the sun and sand. And while that may sound like an enticing part of one’s retirement plan, the actuality is that the need to improve nursing home quality of care in Florida is so substantial that the Senate Special Committee on Aging has focused considerable attention on the situation. Unfortunately, even with regulations in place, there are limited nursing and medical resources in South Florida and throughout the state to enforce them. The result has been an...

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