Oct 11, 2016

Financial Elder Abuse Is More and More Common in Tennessee

By |Oct 11, 2016|Nursing Home Neglect|0 Comments

More and more of our population is aging into retirement. With advancing technology and more complicated government programs than ever before, the potential for abuse is growing every day. The advent of cell phones saw a brief drop in telephone scams, especially as more people became Internet savvy and able to identify untrustworthy callers. […]

May 11, 2016

Intellectual Disability Increases Risk of Nursing Home Abuse

By |May 11, 2016|Nursing Home Neglect|0 Comments

Nursing home abuse and neglect is a far more common problem than many of us realize. Abuse can be physical, emotional, psychological, financial or even sexual. Our elders are particularly vulnerable, as they may be unable to defend themselves or even properly communicate that a problem exists. If your loved one suffers from an […]

Oct 19, 2015

Is Your Loved One At Risk of Financial Abuse in His or Her Nursing Home?

By |Oct 19, 2015|Nursing Home Neglect|0 Comments

Our parents took care of us, fed us, bathed us, educated us, and led us through life. We owe them a great debt, and when it comes time to take care of an aging loved one, there are difficult decisions to make, both personal and financial. It’s only natural to want to make sure […]

Jun 18, 2015

Signs of Nursing Home Abuse and/or Neglect

By |Jun 18, 2015|Nursing Home Neglect, Safety|0 Comments

There are 328 licensed nursing homes in Tennessee. They provide an invaluable service by helping us secure the health and comfort of our loved ones. Sadly, not all nursing homes – even the licensed ones – have the resources they need to care for the patients appropriately, which can lead to the neglect of […]

Sep 9, 2014

Can Diet Help Ease the Risk of Pressure Sores?

By |Sep 9, 2014|Nursing Home Neglect|0 Comments

Pressure ulcers – also called pressure sores or bed sores – are painful, and they’re potentially deadly. The occur most often in patients who have limited mobility, which is why we so often hear of them in conjunction with elderly residents in nursing homes and care facilities. Early stages of bedsores may only need […]

American City Business Journals The National Trial Lawyers Super Lawyers Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ Tennessee Association for Justice™ Better Business Bureau Trial Masters