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Prevent Nursing Home Abuse of a Loved One, What Can I Do ? – James Swartz

NURSING HOME and ELDERLY ABUSE LITIGATION In our society, it is a tragic fact that many elderly people are neglected or abused by nursing home employees. These victims often cannot speak out against the people who harm them. At Swartz &

By |2020-07-10T12:37:23-04:00July 10th, 2020|Nursing Home Abuse and Negligence, Video|Comments Off on Prevent Nursing Home Abuse of a Loved One, What Can I Do ? – James Swartz

Healthcare Provider Immunity Law – James Swartz

Massachusetts Healthcare COVID-19 Immunity Legislation - James Swartz On April 17, 2020, Massachusetts bill S. 2640 was signed into law by Governor Charlie Baker. The law provides certain liability protections for the acts or omissions of defined health care professionals, health

By |2020-06-23T19:45:21-04:00June 23rd, 2020|Coronavirus, Coronavirus Videos, Nursing Home Abuse and Negligence, Video|Comments Off on Healthcare Provider Immunity Law – James Swartz

Family alleges negligence by Bridgeview nursing home in COVID-19-related death of 81-year-old

The family of an 81-year-old man whose death in early April was attributed partly to COVID-19 has sued the Bridgeview nursing home where he had been living. The wrongful death complaint, filed Wednesday in Cook County Circuit Court on behalf of James Zbonski,

Coronavirus: Family files wrongful death lawsuit against Glendale nursing home

GLENDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- A family is blaming their loved one's death from coronavirus on his Glendale nursing home. On Thursday, they filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the facility. The suit alleges inadequate safety conditions during the coronavirus pandemic. When the coronavirus

Lawsuits against Wichita area nursing home allege wrongful death from COVID-19

A Clearwater nursing home where an outbreak of coronavirus led to at least 61 cases and eight deaths is being sued. One case, filed June 3 in Sedgwick County District Court, alleges Clearwater Nursing and Rehabilitation Center was medically negligent and a resident

As Coronavirus Looms, Many Nursing Homes Fall Short On Infection Prevention

Long before the novel coronavirus made its surprise appearance, the nation's nursing homes were struggling to obey basic infection prevention protocols designed to halt the spread of viruses and bacteria they battle daily. Since the beginning of 2017, government health inspectors have cited