Minimizing Choking Accidents in Nursing Homes

Choking hazards in nursing homes can affect loved ones when the staff has inadequate training and is unaware of how to prevent these situations from occurring. Through proper training, it is possible to protect the safety of loved ones and minimize the… Read More

Signs and Risks of Psychological Abuse in Nursing Homes

Nursing homes are charged with caring for elderly patients when their families are not able to. However, when a nursing home fails to protect its residents due to negligence or an abusive staff member, it may be held liable for the victim's injures. Nursing… Read More

Nursing Home Understaffing Is a Dangerous Problem

Nursing homes are increasingly becoming understaffed as a result of budget costs, a high turnover rate due to stress and a lack of competent, certified staff members to do the work. Patients are not receiving the quality care and treatment they rightfully… Read More

How to Report Nursing Home Abuse in Arizona

Nursing home residents depend on staff members and caregivers to help them daily tasks, which makes them highly susceptible to abuse and neglect. If your loved one is currently residing in a nursing home, you should know how to report abuse or neglect… Read More

Nursing Home Residents’ Bill of Rights in Arizona

Nursing home residents are guaranteed certain rights that protect and preserve their individual identity and dignity, while also ensuring they receive high quality care and treatment. The Phillip’s Law Group’s trusted nursing home abuse attorneys in… Read More

Sexual Abuse in Nursing Homes is More Common than Previously Believed

A CNN investigation into allegations of sexual abuse against residents of nursing homes revealed that the problem is far more prevalent than originally thought. More than 16,000 claims of sexual abuse against residents of nursing homes and assisted living… Read More

CDC Reports Falls as the Leading Cause of Injuries and Death Among Seniors

In conjunction with the 9th Annual Falls Prevention Awareness Day, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released findings from its latest study, revealing that falls are the leading cause of death and injury among older adults age 65 and… Read More

Nursing Home Workers Posting Abusive Photos via Social Media

In a study published by The Washington Times and ProPublica, it was revealed that nursing home residents are suffering abuse via social media when staff members publish degrading nursing home pictures of residents. As a newer type of abuse, social media… Read More

Nursing Home Abuse Is On the Rise in Arizona

According to a data report analyzed by Arizona Sonora News, incidents of nursing home abuse at Medicare-approved nursing homes in Arizona are on the rise, with half of the incidents causing immediate danger to patient care. The data report included roughly… Read More

Are Your Loved Ones Safe In Nursing Homes?

Recently, a bookkeeper at one of Mississippi's top-ranked nursing homes has plead guilty to stealing over $100,000 from 83 of her elderly residence trust funds and then going on shopping sprees with their money. In one case, she even purchased a pair… Read More

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