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answered on Jan 31, 2023
Often, banks reject valid Powers of Attorney. Have a free telephone consultation with counsel.
The grandmother of my child wants to adopt him
answered on Apr 6, 2022
I'm sorry your question remains open for three weeks. It was probably overlooked in the Nursing Home category. You could try reposting under the Adoption section (click the linked text "Show More Categories" under the shortlist of main categories). There's no guarantee all posts... Read more »
answered on Nov 15, 2020
It could depend on what the matter involves. If it is something other than admission, retention, guardianship and other MHLS-related matters, a family member or friend could look into whether a private counsel could be arranged. Good luck
All is well documented and the shelter is private but falls under the oversight and it is funded by DHS in NYC
answered on Aug 16, 2020
You can talk to you and experience personal injury lawyer in your state.
My grandmother has been diagnosed with dementia. For the last 6 months she has been refusing to take her medication, which then brings out the very worst in her. Paranoia takes over she picks at her skin to remove probes that control her. It's now to the point where her legs are swollen,... Read more »
answered on Sep 12, 2019
If you believe she is incapable of making decisions for herself you can use the health care proxy. If the medical facility refuses to recognize it or believe she is still competent to make these decisions you will need to have the courts intervene. Generally, it is done by seeking Guardianship of... Read more »
answered on Nov 4, 2018
The term abuse is sometimes used loosely, but it tends to generally involve the care of the individual. However, if you have concerns about the contract, reviewing its terms with an attorney could help you determine if there are issues in it that deserve further attention.
answered on Sep 2, 2018
Available recourses could depend on whether the home or its agents were negligent in administering the medication. You could consult with a medical malpractice attorney, who could have questions as to what the medication was, what condition your father was receiving it for, what the magnitude of... Read more »
answered on Mar 6, 2017
You may be able to sue the nursing home for negligence and wrongful death. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and... Read more »
The harness was improperly attached. wife told them she was slipping out and was ignored. I do have a witness to this. She fell approximately 5ft, onto her surgically repaired arm
answered on Feb 14, 2017
You may be able to sue for negligence. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my... Read more »
answered on Sep 2, 2016
Contact an attorney who handles nursing home abuse cases and is a member of the NYState Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consultations.. These cases are often hard to bring as sometimes the patient isn't a good witness.
A nursing home is refusing to speak to me about a relative's death. She should have qualified for state aid for funeral expenses and due to some errors in her accounting where funds should have been paid from her SSI and Medicare to nursing home ,and overages are still showing when they... Read more »
answered on Jun 28, 2016
First of all you should find a lawyer to retain in your location who has experience dealing with nursing homes. In Illinois there is law that requires medical providers to release medical records, nursing home records and the like by a member of the family, spouse or next of kin. Nursing homes... Read more »
answered on Feb 2, 2013
From the sound of your question, I assume that you are concerned about paying attorney's fees. Most attorneys I know handle these types of questions on a contingency fee basis, which means there is no expense to you whatsoever unless and until the attorney obtains money for you. The fee is a... Read more »
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