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The damages that could be claimed after nursing home neglect

If you are considering taking legal action because of an experience that a loved one had in a nursing home, you will need to show what types of damages were suffered. When approaching this, many people believe that they only need to show a single type of damage, for example, that physical pain occurred. However, it is necessary that you provide information about the full extent of the damages suffered.

Defining emotional neglect in nursing homes

We all have a broad range of basic needs that are important for our daily functioning. While food, hygiene and shelter are very important for a happy and healthy life, we are also social animals. This means that without basic human interaction and socialization, we are unable to attain a good quality of life.

Recognizing elder abuse as a long-distance caregiver

If you are a caregiver of a loved one, you may provide a lot of support over the phone or on weekends when you are able to care for them in person. This can mean that you are not able to be with them physically when they need it the most, and therefore, another caregiver may be employed to look out for their daily needs.

Trump administration scales back penalties for elder abuse

As is the case with so many of our laws, the Elder Justice Act (EJA) of 2010 was designed to protect people from harm. Drafted in response to the growing number of elder abuse cases across the nation, the EJA gave the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) the ability to levy hefty fines against nursing home facilities found guilty of violating health and safety rules.

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