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VIRGINIA BEACH PERSONAL INJURY LAW BLOG

OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO EMPLOYMENT POST BRAIN INJURY

On behalf of | December 2, 2019. | brain injury

From an objective observer’s point of view, a person who lives with a traumatic brain injury is perfectly fine. Many TBI victims can perform the activities of daily living without a problem, maintain normal conversations, sustain meaningful relationships and, for…

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Financial abuse in a nursing home

When you consider the term nursing home abuse, you might think of physical injuries or emotional neglect. Unfortunately, many nursing home residents are also vulnerable to financial exploitation by their caretakers. If your loved one lives in a nursing home,…

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HOSPITAL SETTLES WITH FAMILY FOR $3.5M OVER WRONGFUL DEATH

Traumatic brain injuries require specialized treatment, and hospitals in Virginia owe a duty of care to ensure that patients receive adequate medical attention. It is critical that hospitals take care to prevent patients with head wounds or concussions from developing…

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DOES YOUR LOVED ONE’S BEHAVIOR INDICATE ABUSE?

Virginia residents like you entrust nursing homes to take care of your loved ones while following a certain standard of care and quality. Unfortunately, there are some instances in which your trust in the institution is betrayed and your loved…

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GRANDPARENT RIGHTS IN COLORADO

On behalf of | November 4, 2019. | Firm News

Are you concerned about a distant relationship with your grandchild? When a parent prevents the child from contacting you, Colorado grandparents can seek legal visitation under certain circumstances. Learn more about the process of seeking grandparent visitation rights in Colorado. Eligibility…

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Mistreatment and psychological harm at Virginia nursing home

On behalf of | October 29, 2019. | Firm News

Health inspections taking place at some of Virginia’s nursing homes turn up deficiencies that can cause great concern for residents’ family members. In one such case, the Virginia Department of Health discovered care issues that reached a “level of actual…

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