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Tag Archives: Clinton Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

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How Can You Prove Nursing Home Neglect Led to Your Loved One’s Death?

By Brad Burnette |

Too many elderly people in Tennessee are the victims of nursing home abuse and neglect. In many cases, nursing home personnel fail to follow proper protocols and the patient suffers–or even dies–as a result. Unfortunately, connecting such failures to actual patient harm can prove difficult when pursuing a personal injury or wrongful death claim… Read More »

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Justice Department Sues Bankrupt Tennessee Nursing Home Operator for Fraud

By Brad Burnette |

Too many elderly Tennessee residents are victims of nursing home abuse. While the majority of nursing homes provide quality care, an increasing number have come under scrutiny for negligence, malpractice, and outright abuse of residents. In recent years state and federal authorities have started to take the problem of nursing home abuse seriously, leading… Read More »

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Report: Nursing Home Workers Illegally Posting Photos of Residents Online

By John Willis |

Nursing homes are supposed to care for our loved ones in a professional and dignified manner. Unfortunately, there are many cases of nursing home abuse, which often go undiscovered until it’s too late. And one of the more bizarre forms of abuse to come to light in recent weeks is the exploitation of nursing… Read More »

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When Will a Tennessee Court Find Mandatory Arbitration “Unconscionable”?

By Brad Burnette |

Forced arbitration is an ongoing problem for Tennessee residents seeking justice. Many nursing home abuse, medical malpractice, and other personal injury claims are kept out of court through mandatory arbitration clauses in contracts. In most cases, the injured party (or their family) is unaware they are signing away their due process rights. And Tennessee… Read More »

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New York Times Series Details the Problems with Forced Arbitration

By Brad Burnette |

Arbitration was historically used as a means for large companies to resolve disputes among themselves without resorting to protracted litigation before the courts. Unfortunately, a big-business campaign of lobbying and judicial activism has expanded the reach of “mandatory arbitration” to disputes involving individuals, such as nursing home patients, who lack equal bargaining power or… Read More »

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Arbitration Clauses Can Keep Nursing Home Abuse Cases Out of Court

By John Willis |

Many elderly persons in Tennessee are victims of nursing home abuse or neglect. In some cases, negligence on the part of nursing home personnel may contribute to a patient’s injury or death. That is why if you are responsible for making an elderly relative’s health care decisions, you need to be aware of the… Read More »

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