4 Indications Of Nursing Home Abuse

Posted on: 17 April 2018

One thing you may dread doing is putting your loved one in a nursing home facility. However, if this individual can no longer provide self-care, this may be necessary. It's important to check on your loved one routinely to ensure there isn't any type of abuse occurring. Being aware of specific signs that could indicate this is possible may be helpful to you. Indication #1: Bedsores It's up to the nursing home staff to ensure your loved one gets in and out of bed on a daily basis.
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3 Reasons To Seek a Free Consultation Visit with a Workers Compensation Attorney

Posted on: 26 March 2018

Getting injured at work or developing an injury from your job could open up the opportunity for you to seek compensation from your employer through workers compensation. If you are struggling right now from an injury you developed from your job, you might be able to take advantage of this, but you will not know whether you can without talking to a lawyer. Most workers compensation lawyers offer free consultation visits.
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Food Poisoning And You

Posted on: 21 February 2018

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), medical reports, and various other sources that were studied, foodborne pathogens account for over 76 million illnesses annually. This results in over 300,000 hospitalizations, and unfortunately, 5,000 deaths. Of course, many of these cases of "food poisoning" are caused by improper food handling in the home environment, but many are a result of food suppliers, restaurants, and other food handling services not following the proper procedures in place to prevent a foodborne illness outbreak.
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Four Things You Should Know About Medical Malpractice

Posted on: 30 December 2017

If you believe that you have been a victim of medical malpractice, there are a few things you should be aware of. The following are among the most important. Not every negative outcome is medical malpractice Just because a treatment or surgery was not successful does not constitute medical malpractice. Nor is a result that made your condition worse. Treatments, including medications, have side effects that may not have been foreseen, or they were a part of the risk associated with the treatment, procedure or surgery.
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