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Medical malpractice potential cause of veteran's death

Some elderly people often have complex medical needs that can only be addressed by skilled health care providers. As a result, many families in New Jersey make the difficult decision to place their loved ones in nursing homes. Unfortunately, some find that patients in these facilities are sometimes victims of medical malpractice.

Hidden cameras in nursing home capture medical malpractice

For many in New Jersey, the decision to place a loved one in a long term care facility is a difficult one to make, especially when the patient is nonverbal and unable to communicate about the care he or she receives. Desperate to ensure the safety of their family members, families often choose to mount hidden surveillance cameras to record what happens when they cannot be present. Many families in other states have allegedly discovered treatment that they consider to be medical malpractice.

Understanding traumatic brain injury

Traumatic brain injury can happen as a result of several types of accidents, especially car crashes and falls. A person who sustains an impact to the head can end up with TBI if any part of the brain is damaged. In the case of a car accident, TBI may occur even without direct impact, as a result of the sudden halt after traveling at a high speed.

Premises liability: Several injured following platform collapse

Parents in New Jersey and across the country often enjoy taking their children to businesses that keep them engaged while offering them physical activity. However, when parents make the decision to take their children to these businesses, they do so with the expectation that the structures in the business are safe for all. Unfortunately, a recent platform collapse at a parkour gym located in another state could ultimately result in a premises liability lawsuit.

Medical malpractice alleged re treatment of nursing home patient

The vast majority of health care providers in New Jersey and across the country are dedicated to meeting the needs of their patients. Unfortunately, certain decisions made by the management of medical facilities often prohibit some employees from fulfilling their job-related tasks and could constitute medical malpractice. For example, a recent lawsuit filed in another state indicates that the family of deceased woman believes that a facility's goal of earning a higher profit may have contributed to the woman's death.

Nurses at risk: 3 common hospital injuries

Being a nurse is hard work. Not only is the job itself mentally and physically taxing, but it also gives you a unique risk for injuries. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, nursing and nursing assistants are one of the top occupational groups at risk of injuries. You do important work as a nurse here in New Jersey, and it is important for you to receive care if you get injured.

Medical malpractice: Group accuses nursing home of neglect

Many people in New Jersey and across the country made great sacrifices for their country by joining the military. As they have aged, these veterans are now in need of someone else to take care of them. Unfortunately, several people have issued complaints regarding treatment that may constitute medical malpractice about a nursing home for veterans in another state regarding the quality of care provided to residents.

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