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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 […]


Identifying Elder Care Abuse – How You Can Spot the Signs

by Lori Thomas, Senioradvice.com. When we put our senior loved one’s lives in the hands of an elder care professional, we are putting a great deal […]


Every Day Elders are Being Abused

Many people are surprised when they discover just how common elderly abuse is. What makes things worse is when the elder abuse goes unnoticed. This usually […]


Are you Aware of Elder Abuse?

The elderly are abused in ways that most are not aware of and definitely can’t comprehend, which is expected considering most people don’t spend their time […]


Riverside Man William Carter Gets 3 Years for Elderly Abuse

William Marion Carter, a riverside resident, pleaded guilty to the elder abuse of Carol Folz, a 73 year elderly woman in Laguna Niguel. Folz passed away […]


How to Identify Nursing Home Abuse & What to Do About It

How will you know if someone you love, who lives in a nursing home, is being abused? So often, seniors are unable or afraid to communicate […]


Possible Elder Abuse – Harmful Red Pills in Nursing Homes

According to a CNN report there is a little red pill being given to vulnerable groups such as the elderly, and disabled as a “cure-all”. Unfortunately […]


Nursing Homes Alter Medical Records to Hide Elder Abuse and Neglect

A Carmichael nursing home supervisor admitted she was ordered to alter medical records of a 92-year-old patient, who died after developing rotting bedsores. The state fined […]


Financial Elder Abuse Prevention

By law banks have to report any suspected case of financial elder abuse to adult protective services or law enforcement as soon as possible. That same […]


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, […]



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