Did The Coronavirus Pandemic Result In Nursing Home Abuse?

Everyone knows that former New York Governor Cuomo squashed the realities of COVID in nursing homes early in the pandemic to prove he had a handle on the virus. Nursing home deaths were far greater than anyone knew at the time. Many friends and family members of nursing home residents were left wondering who was liable for keeping them there under false pretenses. Shouldn’t the state be liable…
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How Long Will You Wait For A Personal Injury Settlement?

One reason folks tend to avoid filing lawsuits is simple: they don’t want the pain they feel to drag on longer than necessary. The easiest path forward for some folks is simply letting a personal injury go. Of course, we’re a group of lawyers — so we don’t condone letting it go. The law is about holding individuals and organizations accountable for their mistakes. This is especially true…
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What To Do When You Find A Rodent Corpse In Your JIF Peanut Butter Jar

Naturally the company that manufactures the peanut butter will dispute whether or not you really did find a decaying creature when you went to make your last peanut butter and jelly sandwich — but does that mean you don’t have a personal injury case? That’s the question one Yorktown, Virginia resident is asking after he made two more sandwiches for himself and his daughter. They’ll…
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Charlottesville Nursing Home Facing Trouble For Resident Drowning

On Sunday, June 10th, 65-year-old Thomas Charles "Colonel" Franklin was pronounced dead after falling into a creek in Charlottesville, Virginia. The circumstances leading to Franklin falling out of his wheelchair and into the creek remain a mystery. Local investigators indicate that Franklin, a U.S. Army veteran, and resident of Ceder Healthcare Center, left the facility around noon on Sunday.…
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