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Nursing Home Abuse? What You Need To Look For

Nursing Home Abuse? What You Need To Look For Nursing homes are more often than not the last residence for millions of residents. They are designed to offer a comfortable living arrangement, medical care, meals and recreational activities. There are over 5200 nursing home facilities in the US with nearly 2 million residents. Many are […]
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Premises Liability in Staircase Accidents

Premises Liability in Staircase Accidents One of the most common scenarios in a premises liability claim is a fall on a staircase. Children and the elderly are most vulnerable to accidents here since it takes a certain degree of awareness, physical capability and caution when ascending or descending a staircase, but falls can happen to […]
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What You Need to Do After a Fire For Your Home Insurance

What You Need to Do After a Fire For Your Home Insurance Suffering fire damage to your home is bad enough, but when your insurer denies the claim or underpays its coverage obligations, it may feel like insult added to injury. Insurance companies usually will pay to cover losses but they also look for ways […]
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6 Tips For Reviewing Home Insurance Claim Denial

Tips For Reviewing Home Insurance Claim Denial If your home suffered damage from a fire, flood, burglary or other disaster, you expect your homeowner’s policy to cover your losses. Imagine the shock when you receive a denial letter and you are left with an uninhabitable home or must come up with thousands of dollars to […]
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How to Determine Nursing Home Abuse

With about 2 million people residing in nursing home facilities and the numbers growing steadily as the baby boomer generation ages, reports of abuse seem to persist. There are thousands of facilities nationwide, for profit and not-for-profit homes, housing our elderly relatives and friends who are incapable of self-management or for whom we are unable, […]
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Construction Injury Checklist

Construction accidents can result in minor injuries ranging from sprained backs or joints to the more catastrophic. Since the construction industry has more injury accidents than any other occupation, you should be aware of what to do after an injury on the job so you can ensure your legal rights are protected and that more […]
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What to Do if You Suspect Nursing Home Abuse

Does abuse occur in nursing homes? Unfortunately, it does for a variety of reasons. Boston nursing home abuse can be obvious or difficult to detect, especially if your loved one has cognitive limitations such as Alzheimer’s. Many cases of abuse are the result of understaffed facilities where untrained employees work extensive hours at low pay. […]
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Top 8 Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

  Nursing homes are facilities where many senior citizens in various medical conditions or with cognitive disabilities are treated and cared for in the remaining years of their lives. Many elders, or those 60 and over, are particularly vulnerable to physical and mental abuse from those who are entrusted with their care. Boston nursing home […]
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10 Steps You Need to Take After You’ve Been Injured on the Job

  Work-related injuries can occur in any kind of industry. Though construction injuries account for the vast majority of work accidents, office workers suffer injuries as well despite being in a safe, enclosed environment with injuries such as carpal tunnel, back strains and damage to a spinal disc from lifting. Other causes of injuries in […]
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8 Scary Construction Accident Statistics

It is no secret that the construction industry is the most dangerous of all occupations in the US. Working with drills, saws and other heavy machinery and having to work from scaffolds and heights and encountering electrical wires, fumes and chemicals are just some of the high risk conditions construction workers are exposed to on […]
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