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December 2017 Archives

Prescription meds: Another chance for nursing home negligence

Maryland has its share of elderly who suffer from disorders such as dementia and Alzheimer's, among other conditions that affect mental capacity. Families with older members who suffer from these conditions often find themselves looking for a nursing home that can provide the care that relative needs. During such a search, family members may make inquiries about nursing home negligence or abuse and look for any signs of it as they tour facilities. The problem is that not all negligence or abuse can be easily detected.

New apps deter teenagers from texting while driving

Many teens (and a lot of adults) are not keeping their eyes on the road and their focus on driving because they are sending or receiving text messages. This extreme form of distracted driving has caused thousands of car accidents. Sometimes those texting teens are injured or killed. Sometimes they injure pedestrians or innocent people in other vehicles.

Some facts about workers' compensation you need to know

Did you get injured while working here in Maryland? Do you know that you need to report that injury as soon as possible to your employer? This is only the first of many steps you must take in order to receive the workers' compensation benefits you need to get you through your recovery. You may also need to know some additional information as you embark on the process of filing a claim.

Has your VA doctor been accused of medical malpractice?

Many veterans here in Maryland utilize U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers for their health care. For service and sacrifices as former members of the United States Armed Forces, they deserve the best care available. Sadly, a recent report indicates that the VA may knowingly hire doctors, including surgeons, who have been accused, and in some cases found guilty, of medical malpractice in the past.

Is losing a resident considered nursing home negligence?

Maryland families often struggle to find a place for an aging relative to live when it becomes obvious that he or she needs more care and monitoring than they can provide. They find a nursing home they believe will give their loved one the proper care, but unfortunately, they have no real way of knowing they made the right choice. Nursing home negligence takes many forms, and it can happen anywhere.

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