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- Things to Know before Purchasing Deferred Variable Annuities
Seniors and elders, are you aware that deferred variable annuities may not be beneficial? If not, read on to learn about the risks of buying annuities.
- Seniors: What You Should Know About Annuities
Annuities sound like a good idea for elders and senior citizens. However, the opposite may be true. Annuities are not right for everyone and seniors and elders should learn why before purchasing an annuity.
- Illegal Evictions of Elderly Nursing Home Residents
Nursing homes can't evict elders based on ending Medicare coverage, lack of long term beds, or refusal to readmit after a hospital stay.
- Nursing Home Elder Abuse Is Due To Understaffing
Studies show that understaffing is directly linked to elder abuse in nursing homes.
- Male Nurses Accused of Committing Elder Abuse Faces Trial and Potentially Six Years in Prison
Two male nurses accused of committing elder abuse faces up to six years in prison if convicted at trial.
- Medicare Conditional Payments Claimants Can Now File Private Cause of Action Lawsuits
Primary plan employers or carriers have to pay damages to both Medicare and individual lawsuits for failure to pay conditional payments.
- Medically Underwritten Annuities
For senior citizens living with a chronic condition yet expect to live a long life, medically underwritten annuities may be the right annuity.
- Support The Passing Of Bills Dedicated to Protecting Elders From Elder Abuse In Nursing Homes
This month, legislators passed a bill entitled The Residential Care Facilities for Elders Reform Act of 2014 (ACT), effective July 1, 2015.
- Financial Elder Abuse Reported to Cost $2.9 Billion Each Year – And Increasing
According to a recent MetLife study, financial elder abuse is reported to cost $2.9 billion each year – and it's increasing.
- Nursing Homes Caught Willfully Committing Elder Abuse All Over Los Angeles
Nursing homes in LA discovered prematurely closing claims regarding elder abuse before completing investigation