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Monthly Archives: January 2021

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Minimizing Fall Risks in Nursing Homes

By Levinson Law, P.C. |

Every year, millions of elderly individuals sustain serious injuries as a result of falls, many of which occur in nursing home facilities. While there are many ways that facilities can minimize fall risks, an alarming number fail to take even the simplest of steps, such as conducting fall assessments when a new resident moves… Read More »

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The Overmedicating of Nursing Home Residents

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While appalling stories of unhealthy or unsafe living conditions in nursing homes have become increasingly common, these are by no means the only forms of abuse and neglect that nursing home residents are forced to endure. For instance, overmedicating has proven to be a serious problem in U.S. nursing homes. Whether the result of… Read More »

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How Nursing Homes Cover Up Abuse

By Levinson Law, P.C. |

We place our trust in nursing home staff to care for our relatives and report any abuse as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, nursing homes don’t always respond appropriately to allegations of abuse and neglect and may even go out of their way to cover them up. When your loved one suffers abuse or neglect… Read More »

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Unnecessary Treatment in Nursing Homes

By Levinson Law, P.C. |

Nursing home abuse doesn’t always take the form of physical violence. For instance, poor care in a nursing home can have just as many devastating consequences for the health of a resident as physical abuse. Unnecessary treatment in particular, has become especially common amongst unscrupulous nursing home administrators that are attempting to bill for… Read More »

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