The Arizona attorneys at Solomon & Relihan use this blog to provide news & updates on abuse and neglect in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and group homes.
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Nursing homes are supposed to provide a safe and caring environment for your loved one. When that safety is compromised leaving your loved one dead, your family has the right to pursue justice from those individuals who were negligent. In one nursing home, the staff failed to supervise two...
Fresno police have been investigating an incident of elder abuse for over two years involving a 55-year-old woman who had stolen several thousand dollars from at least four victims. The woman claimed she could help the victims through their long-term care by protecting their financial assets and...
The manager of a British Columbia elder care center is suspected of having committed acts of elder abuse after a police investigation of previous elder abuse incidents. 18 elderly individuals are currently staying at the facility where the building manager had been working since 2008. Last year,...
A 51-year-old woman has pleaded guilty to charges of embezzlement, tax evasion and elder abuse in connection with an incident involving an elderly woman. The 51-year-old woman had reportedly been employed by the elderly woman to help her with business and financial matters and the woman had been...
How much security should a nursing home enforce when letting in visitors for their residents? In an unfortunate incident one visitor who came to visit an elderly resident endangered the lives of all the residents including staff because he attempted to make meth in the living...
A family in San Francisco has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver of a shuttle bus and the company for whom he works arguing that the driver’s negligence and several other factors resulted in their elderly loved one’s death. The 73-year-old man who was transported in the...
A 97-year-old woman was the victim of a burglary after a 45-year-old woman posed as a health care professional to gain access to the elderly woman’s home. Authorities began the investigation into the case when they the woman was spotted in a surveillance camera at an ATM attempting to use the...
Drinking water is such a common commodity in every household that it is rarely ever thought about as a potential danger to you or your loved one’s health. In a local nursing home unsafe E.coli levels were detected in the water, causing many the nursing home patients to get extremely...
For elderly men and women, getting placed in a nursing home often means saying goodbye to their pets and having little contact with loved ones. In some nursing home, veterinary hospitals take pets for the elderly once a week, so they can have interaction with the animals and get a chance to pet...
When your loved one is in a nursing home, there is always a fear that you could lose them and not know the real reason why. In one nursing home, a murder failed to be reported to the health department and proper officials. The 80-year-old victim died due to head injuries after a fight that took...