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March 22, 2012 By Chernoff Law
The ignition interlock device (IID) is a common penalty to befall many Texan drivers who are arrested for drunk driving. Still, there is still a large misconception about the machine, as well as what it does.
March 22, 2012 By Brian D. Perskin & Associates
After a divorce involving underage children, many parents would love an equal 50/50 split of time would be spent by each parent with each child. However, a myriad of conflicts may prevent this from happening. Some conflicts can be avoided or rectified, whereas others may be permanent obstacles around which both parents must navigate.
March 22, 2012 By Esther Wang - The Elderly and Disability Law Firm
Oftentimes, clients will ask their attorneys to serve as executors of their Wills or trustees of their trusts
March 22, 2012 By Angela Wang & Co.
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturing) also referred to as “label manufacturing” or “label processing” in China involves a business model in which an overseas product owner (“consignor”) engages a domestic manufacturer (“consignee”) to manufacture products on which a foreign trademark owned by that consignor will be labelled.
Category RSS Feed Respite Care: A Welcome Break for Caregivers or Exposing a Loved One to Unnecessary Harm?
Respite Care means the intermittent and temporary care for frail or disabled adults on behalf of the primary caregiver in order to provide relief and support. It is an important aid for families who care for older family members so that they can run errands, work, take care of personal matter, or even give them some time off to relax. This allows you to care for family members without having to institutionalize them.
Lawsuit Claims That Husband & Wife Suffered from Negligent Care at Residential Care Facility for the Elderly
Like many elderly couples, a decision to move into a long-term care facility may mean that such a decision is a 'joint effort' and where one spouse goes-- so goes the other. In theory, moving a couple into a long-term care facility provides continuity and support in a new environment.
An Injury Occurring During Physical Therapy May Be the Result of the Malpractice of the Physical Therapist
The increasing use of physical therapy amongst the elderly-- and particularly nursing home patients-- has resulted in increases in the number of incidences of patient injury or death.
I highly suggest taking a look at the New York Time's recent "Well" column, Four Drugs Cause Most Hospitalizations in Older Adults, as a real wake up call for medical facilities--- such as nursing homes--- to do a better job monitoring the effectiveness in their patients.
Some people have no business working in a nursing home. After reading a news report about Nai Mai Chao, I think I would certainly add her to the list. In her role as a CNA at Regency Pacific Nursing Home and Rehab Center in Portland, OR, Ms. Chao was obviously privy to many personal situations involving patients at the facility where patients trust that she would not share.
Without a doubt, one of the most frustrating aspects of litigating cases involving nursing home injuries is that many of them derive from the failure of staff to implement the most common sense safeguards.