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Trump Administration Attempt to Rollback Nursing Home Abuse, Fraud & Neglect Preventions is Appalling

A letter sent to the Trump administration Wednesday by 17 attorney generals from across the nation, including California’s, is urging federal agencies to reconsider the “regulatory […]


A Party Engaged in Arbitration Who is Unable to Afford to Continue In such Forum may Now Seek Financial Relief in the State of California

When a party who has engaged in arbitration in good faith, is unable to afford to continue in such a forum, that party may seek relief […]


Basic Rights and Liabilities Concerning Nursing Home Admissions in the State of California

When you are admitted to a nursing home, you will be asked to sign an admission agreement that explains your rights and responsibilities and those of […]


Peck Law Group, APC Successful in Opposing Nursing Home Petition to Compel Arbitration In the matter of Duckworth v. Porterville Convalescent Hospital

Defendants have the burden of establishing the existence of a valid agreement to arbitrate. Pagarian v. Libby Care Center, Inc. (2002) 99 Cal. App. 4th 298, […]


The Right to Sue Nursing Homes for Physical Abuse and Neglect Should Not be Subject to Pre-Dispute Arbitration Agreements

The Right to Sue Nursing Homes for Physical Abuse and Neglect Should Not be subject to Pre-Dispute Arbitration Agreements “Forced arbitration clauses in nursing home agreements […]


Pre-Dispute Arbitration in Long Term Care Must not be Implemented

The American Bar Association has asked that a proposed Centers for Medicare & Medicaid rule authorizing mandatory, pre-dispute arbitration in long-term care admissions contracts not be […]


Trump Administration Aims To Abolish Nursing Home Resident Rights their Constitutional Right to a Jury Trial

Consumer groups are making a last ditch effort to stop the Trump administration from stripping nursing home residents and their families of the right to take […]


Nursing Home Admission Contracts Deny Elders and Dependent Adults of Their Constitutional Rights

The fine print buried in nursing home admissions contracts is depriving nursing home residents and their families of their constitutional rights. During the incredibly stressful nursing […]


California is the First State to Outlaw The Use of Admission Contracts Written by Nursing Homes

When you are admitted to a nursing home, you will be asked to sign an admission agreement that explains your rights and responsibilities and those of […]


California Legal News Round Up 9/15

In this week’s California legal news round up, stories we chose are about Uber and Lyft breaking California Law, new California Law requiring sick leave, California […]



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