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What You Need to Know About Financial Exploitation in Nursing Homes

Nursing home caregivers, family, and friends often exploit the elderly by taking money, credit cards, personal possessions, and property without consent. When nursing […]

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What’s In Your Drinking Water Nevada?

State health officials and researchers found 88 different contaminants including lead, arsenic, uranium and coliform bacteria in Nevada’s drinking water supply, and 14 […]

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Matthew Sharp Presents Little Valley Fire Argument to Nevada Supreme Court

After lower courts determined that the Nevada DivisionĀ of Forestry was guilty of gross negligence in the Little Valley Fire the case has made […]

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Why U.S. Children and Teens Are Dying at Alarming Rates

Motor vehicle accidents, drug overdoses, homicides, and suicides are killing children and teenagers in America at alarming rates. Is America a Safe Place […]

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Recent Truck/Bus Accident Highlights the Dangers of Faulty Tires

A truck/bus crash that killed eight people and wounded 25 others emphasizes the dangers of faulty tries on big rigs. Faulty tires cause […]

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What Not to Do After a Crash

Following a car accident, keeping a level head and following proper protocol can protect a driver from unnecessary arrest and legal complications. Avoiding […]

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5 Frequently Asked Questions About Elder Abuse

When elder abuse is suspected, families are often plagued with a variety of questions about the warning signs of maltreatment, how to protect […]

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Is a Severe Brain Injury Causing Your Memory Loss?

Severe head trauma and brain injury often cause short-term and long-term memory loss. A person who suffers a moderate to severe brain injury […]

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Abandoned at the Nursing Home: Residents Could Have Perished

California officials allege that staff members and administrators in two retirement facilities in Santa Rosa abandoned residents during last October’s wildfires in Northern […]

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What Are Intangible Damages in an Injury Case?

Intangible damages are harms like pain and suffering, loss of consortium, and mental anguish. They do not have a specific monetary value assigned […]

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