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Wrongful death lawsuits and probate after a loved one's death

The traumatic death of a loved one is an event in your life that isn't easily forgotten. When the death is caused by an accident, the toll that it takes on your life and your emotions can be great. You didn't have time to say your final goodbye. You didn't have time to prepare. All of that was stripped from you because someone else acted in a reckless or negligent manner.

Parties besides doctors can be named in malpractice cases

Not receiving adequate medical care is an issue that can affect any patient. When a patient suffers harm because of the inadequate medical care, the patient might decide to file a medical malpractice lawsuit. One of the primary considerations of a medical malpractice lawsuit is determining who should be named as a defendant in the case.

The damages of nursing home abuse can be insurmountable

As we discussed in our previous blog post, nursing home residents deserve to be cared for properly. These residents pay money or their insurance pays money to ensure that they are receiving competent care. When these residents don't get the care they deserve, they can suffer from serious consequences.

Why is a dysphagia diet for some nursing home residents critical?

Patients who are in nursing homes often have very specific orders that must be followed by the people who are responsible for their care. When these orders aren't followed precisely, the nursing home resident can often suffer harm. In some cases, the harm might be fatal. One of the specific orders that nursing home residents might have is the need to have a certain diet. The dysphagia diet is an example of this.

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