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Three Nursing Home Safety Questions

When you need to find the right assisted living, skilled nursing or independent living facility for your aging relatives, finding the right option can be a little bit overwhelming. You may wonder how safe will your loved ones be in case there is a fire, flood, or a power outage? If so, here are 3 nursing home safety tips to provide you with peace of mind and information for your loved ones.

3 Nursing Home Safety Questions

Here are some details you will want to check on with the management office of your chosen assisted living facility. Learning how the facility handles these 3 issues may both keep your loved ones safe and get you some vital information:

1)               What are the specific emergency plans for this facility?

2)               In the instance of a power outage, how are residents cared for?

3)               What are the fire escape or flood escape plans and routes?

By being vigilant and checking on safety procedures before an incident occurs, you  are helping  both  yourself and your loved one. Be sure to document any discussions you may have had and if you notice anything that raises any suspicions or concerns be sure to check it with management. Our Madison nursing home attorney team is here to answer any legal questions you have about nursing home safety.

If you have noticed any decline or unusual changes in the care your loved one is receiving, please contact Boller & Vaughan. Call (608) 807-0078 to schedule your free consultation with our Madison, WI nursing home attorneys.

 

 

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To Drivers Who Want To Avoid An Auto Accident

We all want to drive safely and avoid having an auto accident. We’re all aware of the obvious tips your mother may have told you like – “Always wear your seat belt!” or “Don’t tailgate!” In addition to these helpful hints there are several other things drivers who wish to avoid an auto accident can do, here’s a short list.

3 Things You Can Do to Avoid An Auto Accident

These handy hints have been picked up from automotive journalists who have tested cars on the race track, driven numerous cross country junkets, and had intensive interaction with city drivers:

1)               Beware of any blind spots.

2)               Avoid driving in the ‘fast lane.’

3)               Get racecar driver control of the wheel by driving with your hands in the 9 o’clock and 3 o’clock positions.

Of course, those famous tips from Mom like ‘Always wear your seat belt!’ do still hold true. In the event of an auto accident, your seat belt prevents you and other occupants from being thrown around inside the vehicle at the time of impact. Our Madison auto accident attorneys know that seat belts are crucial for keeping passengers safe and avoiding any serious injury from a rear-end auto accident.

If you have any questions about car accidents and seat belts or have been injured in an auto accident in the Madison, WI area, please contact Boller & Vaughan. Call (608) 807-0078 to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney today.

 

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Three Things You Need to Know About Truck Accidents

The recent Tracy Morgan truck accident case has drawn much-needed attention to the issue of truck accidents and their potential severity. Due to the large size and weight of tractor-trailers coupled with the fact that they may potentially be carrying hazardous materials, truck accidents may result in more severe injuries than other types of vehicle accidents.

3 Things You Need to Know About Truck Accidents

Knowing these 3 important details can protect you and may even potentially mean the difference between life and death on the road:

1) Semi truck accidents are very common in rural areas.

2) Most semi truck accidents happen during the day.

3) The truck driver may not be the only one to blame.

Truck accident crashes can be very serious and complicated. That’s why consulting with an experienced truck accident attorney like the team at Boller & Vaughan is an important step in the right direction. Our Madison truck accident lawyers can investigate all the different factors which caused your truck accident. We then work aggressively with the insurance companies to pursue the financial compensation you need for any medical costs or other resulting damages.

Please contact our Madison truck accident lawyers to pursue the true compensation you need and deserve after a terrible collision. Call (608) 807-0078 for your free initial legal consultation.

 

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