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Some of the most vulnerable in our society are the elderly who are unable to care for themselves. Often these individuals are placed in nursing homes by well-intentioned family members who rely upon the nursing home for the care and treatment of their loved one.
Unfortunately, nursing home abuse and neglect is a real thing that occurs on a daily basis. Over the years, I have personally handled numerous nursing home cases involving abuse and neglect including the following:
- horrendous bedsores/pressure sores/decubitus ulcers
- assaults and rapes
- drug errors
- dehydration and starvation
- and other unfortunate cases of abuse and neglect on the elderly
In my experience, most of the families who pursue a potential nursing home case do not pursue these cases for monetary satisfaction but, instead, want to send a message to the nursing home and make sure the neglect and abuse does not occur to another individual. They believe that their case will send a message to the nursing home that abuse and neglect will not be tolerated, especially where it involves the elderly.
If you want to send a message with regards to the abuse or neglect suffered by a loved one in a nursing home, hospital or assisted living facility, please call me immediately at 409-951-2333.
Trucking accidents kill or injure thousands of men, women and children in the United States every year.
Unfortunately, due to the size of theses vehicles, most people involved in an accident with an eighteen wheeler or large truck suffer serious injuries and, in some cases, death. Truck drivers and trucking companies that they work for are required by law to operate their trucks in a safe manner. The trucking industry is heavily regulated both at the state and federal levels. Trucking companies often put profits in front of safety and allow their drivers to operate trucks in an unsafe manner. Truck accidents are caused by a variety of factors including but not limited to the following:
∙ Maintenance issues
∙ Overloaded trucks
∙ Poorly maintained vehicles
∙ Running off the road
∙ Failing to yield the right of way
∙ Aggressive driving behavior
∙ Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
∙ Driving to fast for various weather conditions
∙ Unsafe reflectors, lights or other warning devices
For a free and confidential consultation regarding a trucking accident case, please call me at (800) 951-2333 or contact us.