Category Archives: Elder Law

Nursing Home Abuse

Nursing home abuse is unfortunately an occurrence inside even the most vigilant of nursing homes. It only takes one or two rogue employees to go against their training and abuse a defenseless and often unaware elderly individual. These individuals take advantage of the fact that their patients will not speak up out of fear or…
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Give the Gift of Trust

This time of year is the time that everyone is in giving spirits. As we wonder through the malls or shop online, we look for that perfect gift, the one that says just how much we love one another. However, it should also be the time of year we begin to analyze and re-think our…
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What Is The Vulnerable Adult Justice Project And Who Benefits From It?

Who Is a Vulnerable Adult? Any person 18 years or older who is a: Resident or inpatient of a licensed facility. Recipient of care from a licensed adult day care or services program. Recipient of services from a licensed home care provider. Recipient of personal care assistant services under the Medical Assistance program. Any person…
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Are You Keeping Up With Elder Law Issues?

[caption id="attachment_629" align="alignleft" width="188" caption="Keeping Up With Elder Law Issues"][/caption] What Are The Elder Law Basics? When you run into a legal problem today, senior citizens today know how complex things can get. Do you understand the how the social security system affects you? Are you over 65 and you're running into age discrimination? How…
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