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Year: 2020

What Happens if Medicaid Runs Out? The legal bases for a nursing home to legally discharge or transfer a resident are very limited in most states across the country. In fact, if Medicaid runs out, this is not a basis for a nursing home to remove a resident. In some…

If you sustained injuries as a result of someone else’s negligence or wrongful actions, then you have rights under Georgia law to seek compensation for your injuries from the person or company that caused you harm. The first step in getting the money you deserve is to talk to a…

With the current health crisis of COVID-19, staying healthy and preventing the spread of disease are more important than ever before. While there are certain steps that everyone can take to prevent illnesses like COVID-19, there are other steps that reduce risks associated with other common health problems, like Alzheimer’s…

According to recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control, pressure sores, which are also commonly called bedsores or decubitus ulcers, are very common among residents in nursing homes. These sores result from unrelieved pressure on the patient’s skin, and are a common sign of nursing home neglect or abuse….

Identity theft is a scary reality for people of all ages, and both young people and elderly adults alike are especially vulnerable. In fact, it surprises many people to learn that children have a 35 percent higher risk of experiencing identity theft than adults do. Some victims of identity theft…

A home should feel like a place of safety and relaxation, a place to which you can return after working a long and hard day. However, considering all of the ordinary stressors that come with everyday life, homes themselves can sometimes become a source of stress. The never-ending chores that…

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