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5 Common Forms of Elder Abuse in Arizona

Posted on December 28, 2022 in
Our elderly Arizona population deserves to be respected and cared for. Sometimes those who are trusted with their care, such as long-term assistance, nursing home staff, and other professionals, violate our trust and cause serious harm to our elderly loved ones. The duty of care for these providers is called a “fiduciary duty,” which...
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7 Tips for Hiring an Arizona Elder Abuse Lawyer

Posted on December 24, 2022 in
Elder abuse law is extensive, with various types of cases falling under the topic. This often means that not all attorneys will have the experience, skills, and resources you need. It’s important to do careful research into the attorney you retain to make sure you can recover the fair compensation you are entitled to. ...
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How to Sue a Nursing Home for Elder Abuse in Arizona

Posted on December 20, 2022 in
Nursing homes have both a legal and an ethical obligation (“Fiduciary Duty”) to provide reasonable care for their residents. This higher standard of care (more than for ordinary negligence) means that they are responsible for the well-being and safety of some of the most vulnerable of our population according to strict care standards of...
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How to Identify Nursing Home Abuse in Arizona

Posted on June 1, 2022 in
When we place elderly loved ones in nursing homes, we do so because it’s best for them. They’ll get the care and support they need which most of us aren’t able to provide from professional caregivers in the nursing home. We trust the nursing home with our elderly loved one expecting patient and reliable...
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Can I Sue an Arizona Nursing Home Over a COVID-19 Death?

Posted on July 7, 2021 in
Less than 1% of the American population lives in nursing homes and other assisted-living facilities. Yet deaths among nursing homes account for 34% of all COVID-19 deaths since March 2021. About 8% of people living in long-term facilities died from COVID-19. Residents of these care facilities are among the most vulnerable to contracting the...
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