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Monthly Archives: July 2021

Dehydrated

Is Your Elderly Loved One Suffering From Dehydration?

By Levinson Law, P.C. |

There are a lot of physical symptoms that could indicate that a loved one is suffering from nursing home abuse. While some of these signs are difficult to observe, many are easily identifiable. Dehydration, for example, often shows itself physically as dry or papery skin, sunken eyes and cheeks, and low blood pressure. Unfortunately,… Read More »

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Sepsis

Sepsis In Nursing Homes

By Levinson Law, P.C. |

Sepsis is the body’s response to infection, which, when left untreated, can cause organ damage and even death. Sepsis is always dangerous, but is especially life-threatening in nursing homes, where most residents are elderly and have compromised immune systems. While the prompt diagnosis and treatment of infections can help prevent sepsis, many nursing homes… Read More »

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Bedrail Injuries In Nursing Homes

By Levinson Law, P.C. |

Every year, thousands of nursing home residents are injured in falls, in other accidents, or even as a result of abuse or neglect. Many of these injuries involve unsafe bedrails, which are standard on many nursing homes beds and are essentially hospital beds that have been adapted for long-term use. Unfortunately, the improper use… Read More »

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NursingHomeNeglect

What Is Nursing Home Neglect?

By Levinson Law, P.C. |

Nursing home neglect is a type of elder abuse that involves the inadequate or substandard care of nursing home residents. Unlike physical abuse or other forms of direct harm, neglect causes harm through a failure to provide proper care. While it may not be as violent as some forms of nursing home abuse, neglect… Read More »

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