Who Can Bring a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

When someone dies as a result of negligence, it can be a severe and devastating tragedy for their family and loved ones. Wrongful death can be the result of a car accident, a construction injury, medical malpractice, or any other type of negligence. A wrongful death lawsuit will not bring back the person who died, but it can allow for the immediate family of the decedent (the person who died) to receive compensation for monetary injuries they have suffered as a result of the loss of their loved one. Determining who can file the lawsuit and who can recover damages is Read more

Choosing the Right Nursing Home

Deciding that your loved one is no longer able to live on their own, whether it’s a grandparent, parent, or a spouse, can be difficult. Trusting your loved one’s care to a stranger isn’t easy, so you want to make sure you choose a nursing home that is safe and meets his or her needs. Here are some tips to help you during this process: Read more

Warning Signs of Nursing Home Neglect

  We trust nursing homes to take care of our elderly parents and other family members who require daily assistance. It is difficult to accept the possibility that your loved one is being mistreated in a nursing home, even when the signs are there. If someone you love is in a nursing home, it is essential to be mindful of the warning signs of negligence. Read more