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March 2, 2018

In the past we have covered multiple topics on forced arbitration, the fine print wording in contracts that does not allow people their day in court. A lot of attention has been put on forced arbitration clauses in nursing home contracts. In September 2016, the Obama administration put a ban on forced arbitration to protect the elderly from unscrupulous, abusive, or merely bad care at nursing home...

February 16, 2018

Did your loved one fall in a nursing home? Did the nursing home contact you and let you know your loved one was being stubborn, not following protocol, or was wandering around confused? Did the nursing home reassure you they have the means to care for your loved one following his or her fall? On average, a nursing home of 100 beds will report the occurrence of 100 to 200 falls every year, with man...

May 4, 2017

How are nursing homes regulated? Associate Sean Gambogi explains what can happen if nursing homes don’t adhere to regulations and how to get help if your loved one is a victim of nursing home neglect.

March 25, 2016

In a November post, we discussed a quiet but troubling threat to nursing home residents who have been neglected or abused, as well as millions of other Americans: forced arbitration.
 

As the New York Times has reported, with the increasing presence of fine print arbitration clauses in common contracts, more and more of us are denied our day in court when we are ripped off by a credit card company,...

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