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What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when a person suffers damage to the brain that results in the loss of motor skills or nerve function. In most cases, a person sustains a TBI when the […]

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Tips for Recognizing a Dog’s Body Language

Wisconsin ranks in the top 10 states for insurance claims related to dog bite injuries, according to the Insurance Information Institute. Nationally, there are about 4.5 million reported dog bites each year, and 1 in […]

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How Can I Afford to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?

We often think the bad things in life simply won’t happen to us. We never truly anticipate receiving the bad news about a loved one, whether it is a cancer diagnosis, a workplace injury, or […]

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What Qualifies as Nursing Home Abuse?

There are a variety of different types of behavior that may qualify as nursing home abuse. Physical abuse is one of the most common types of nursing home abuse, which can involve kicking, hitting, forcibly […]

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Sepsis Responsible for Most Hospital Readmissions

Based on data taken from a national hospital readmissions database that covers almost half of all inpatient stays in the United States, a team of researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine found […]

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What it Takes to Be a Five-Star Nursing Home

A recent McKnight’s article details the criteria necessary for being designated a five-star nursing home. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) evaluates senior living care providers in three different categories: staffing levels, quality measures, […]

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NCSC Releases Strategic Plan for Adult Guardianships

In 2016, the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) released a report showing that an estimated 50 billion in assets is held in state guardianship and conservatorship cases nationwide. There are approximately 1.3 million open […]

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Student Loans and Social Security Benefits

A recent Wall Street Journal article details the plight of many American senior citizens whose Social Security benefits are being reduced on a monthly basis in order to pay back federal student loans. This situation, […]

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When an Uninsured Driver Causes an Accident

The state of Wisconsin, like almost every other state, requires all drivers to carry at least a minimum amount of motor vehicle insurance to cover medical costs and property damage if an accident should occur. […]

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Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

A recent MarketWatch article discusses the simple steps that Americans can take to prevent or at least slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. While Alzheimer’s is already a prevalent disease in our country, with […]

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Black Ice and Motor Vehicle Crashes: What You Need to Know

When you live in Wisconsin, you are accustomed to dealing with all sorts of weather while driving. Road conditions can quickly deteriorate as snow, ice, freezing rain, slush, and black ice create dangers for everyone […]

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Caring for a Loved One at Home Can Be Difficult to Learn

A recent article details how approximately 44 million Americans are currently acting as caregivers for a loved one, such as a disabled child, or, more commonly, a frail adult. Many times, these at-home caregivers typically […]

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Factors that Impact Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian accidents always have been a major area of concern, simply because they are more likely to result in severe injuries or fatalities than other types of accidents. Since pedestrians lack any sort of safety […]

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Older Adults and the Opioid Epidemic

While news of the nation’s opioid epidemic has focused largely on young people buying and selling drugs on the street, the effects of opioid addiction on the senior American population has gone virtually unnoticed. Over […]

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Choosing the Best Personal Injury Attorney for Your Wisconsin Car Accident Case

Personal injury cases that stem from a Wisconsin motor vehicle accident can be very complex, involving medical records, police reports, driving records, multiple insurance companies, and more. Choosing an attorney who is trained and experienced […]

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WisDOT Adds Wrong-Way Driver Detection Devices

A history of crashes involving wrong-way drivers in Milwaukee County has led to the installation of wrong-way driver detection devices in the area. These devices are so small that they are likely to go unnoticed […]

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Feds Crack Down on Antibiotic Resistant Germs in Hospitals

As the federal government increases pressure on hospitals to reduce the number of antibiotic-resistant germs that harm or kill patients, some doctors are the first to admit that they simply don’t know how to prevent […]

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New Study Highlights Correlation Between Sleep Deprivation and Crashes

A new study by the U.S. Department of Transportation looks at the relationship between sleep deprivation and crash risk in the general driving population. More specifically, this study examines crashes that occurred in the United […]

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769 Hospitals Penalized for Patient Safety Violations in 2017

According to a recent publication, the U.S. government is cutting payments to U.S. hospitals that have a high rate of patient injuries pursuant to the Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program. More specifically, these hospitals will lose […]

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What Can I Do if I Lose My Personal Injury Case?

In various circumstances, you may turn to the appellate court to further litigate your personal injury claim. The general function of an appellate court is to correct errors made by trial courts, rule on legal […]

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Driverless Car Technology and Road Safety

Technological firms across the globe are racing to develop the first fully driverless car, although the technology remains unperfected at this point. Nonetheless, Tesla and Volvo have developed and manufactured some vehicles with driverless technology, […]

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How Much Is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

Every personal injury case is different and involves a variety of facts and circumstances. Therefore, it is hard to make a generalized statement about how much a particular case is worth. A number of different […]

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Long-Term Effects of Childhood Head Injuries

The Los Angeles Times recently reported on a new study of childhood head injuries that had sobering results. The study tracked more than a million Swedes, some of whom had sustained a brain injury, including […]

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Common Causes of Slip and Fall Injuries

Some studies estimate that as many as one million individuals visit emergency rooms each year as a result of slip and fall accidents. While these types of accidents may result in minor injuries, such as […]

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Study Shows Red-Light Cameras Save Children’s Lives

The American Academy of Pediatrics presented a new study at its annual national conference concerning red light cameras, enforcement of red light camera laws, and traffic fatalities involving children in some states. According to the […]

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Is a Community-Based Residential Facility Right for My Parents?

Community-based residential facilities (CBRFs) are homes located in a community in which five or more unrelated people live. The services offered by a CBRF vary to some degree, but typically include room and board, supervision, […]

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Crash Avoidance Technology

While driverless cars that could eliminate crashes altogether still only exist as a prototype, advanced crash avoidance technology already exists in many vehicles, to varying degrees. Although this technology is still not foolproof in terms […]

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When It’s Time to Move Your Parents Into Long-Term Care

There is no one indicator that tells you that your parent is ready for long-term care. It may be noticing that your parent has neglected hygiene issues, failed to buy food or eat on a […]

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Determining Fault in a Wisconsin Car Accident

The concept of fault is central to any personal injury case arising from a Wisconsin car accident. In order to determine whether you have a valid personal injury claim, you must determine legal liability, or […]

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Projections for the Dementia Population

According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), in 2015, there were an estimated 115,000 people living in the state with dementia. The dementia may be as a result of Alzheimer’s Disease, which is […]

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What Types of Damages are Available in a Personal Injury Case?

When you are injured in a traffic accident or another type of incident caused by the negligence of another person, you may be entitled to compensation for any losses related to your injuries. This compensation […]

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What is Adult Protective Services?

Adult Protective Services (APS) are agencies that have been set up throughout the state of Wisconsin and in many other states in order to help older adults and adults at risk who have been abused, […]

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Common Mistakes to Avoid in Your Personal Injury Case

Personal injury cases are full of pitfalls, all of which may make your claim less valuable or unsuccessful altogether. Therefore, you should take care to avoid some of the most common mistakes that injured parties […]

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CDC Reports Contaminated Syringes May Cause Blood Infections in Nursing Homes

The Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) recently investigated and reported on a multistate outbreak of blood infections, primarily among residents of long-term care and rehabilitation facilities receiving intravenous (IV) fluids and antibiotics through […]

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Seat Belt Usage in the State of Wisconsin

In the state of Wisconsin, all individuals over the age of four, no matter where they are seated in a motor vehicle, must use a seat belt. Children under the age of four must be […]

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Study Shows Need for Nursing Homes to Stop Spread of Infections

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) states that there is an estimated one to three million serious infections that occur in nursing homes on an annual basis. These infections result in about 300,000 […]

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Overmedicating Nursing Home Residents

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, some nursing homes do not use drugs in a manner that is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). There appears to be […]

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Emergency Room Departments Often Fail to Identify Elder Abuse

Although elder abuse affects about one in every 10 older adults, emergency room visits by older adults, which number 23 million annually, rarely fail to detect elder abuse. In fact, a new study shows that […]

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Elder Abuse and In-Home Senior Care

A recent New America Media article detailed the story of a couple who, as they aged, needed assistance in their home. The husband suffered from multiple physical problems, and the wife began to decline from […]

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What Happens if I Get Hit By an Uninsured Driver?

The state of Wisconsin requires that all drivers maintain insurance coverage for any medical and property damages that result from an accident. If a vehicle is involved in an accident, the Wisconsin Division of Motor […]

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Wisconsin Has One of the Highest Rates of Drugged Driving in Nation

While national safe driving campaigns historically have focused on drunk driving, driving while under the influence of drugs has become a similarly destructive problem nationwide. Driving under the influence of drugs such as marijuana, opiates, […]

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What is the Burden of Proof in Personal Injury Cases?

Personal injury cases can be very complicated legal matters, which is why you need an experienced Wisconsin personal injury lawyer to help you navigate every step of your claim. Your burden of proof is different […]

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College Student Hits Police Officer While Using Snapchat

Media outlets from another state recently reported on a Texas A&M student who slammed her SUV into a parked police car while she was taking a topless Snapchat selfie for her boyfriend. When the police […]

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Child Death Rates in Car Accidents Vary Widely From State to State

According to a recent study by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the rates of fatal car accidents involving children varies widely from one state to the next, primarily due to differences in child restraint […]

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NHTSA Requires ‘Quiet Car’ Safety Standards to Protect Pedestrians

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced the implementation of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 141. This rule provides that all newly manufactured hybrid and electric light-duty vehicles, […]

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Four People Killed in Wrong-Way I-94 Crash

Madison residents all have probably heard about the tragic I-94 wrong way crash that occurred nearby in recent months that resulted in the death of four individuals. When a 32-year-old Waunakee man was driving his […]

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Safe Winter Driving Tips

As winter is definitely upon us, we all should take the time to review safe winter driving tips from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT). As the WisDOT “Zero in Wisconsin” initiative reminds us, driving […]

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Fighting Elder Financial Abuse, Protecting Retirement Savings

A recent Huffington Post article details the plight of Americans over the age of 50, many of whom have been the victims of financial exploitation at one point or another. Even the late Mickey Rooney […]

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Rule Barring Pre-Arbitration Clauses in Nursing Home Contracts Put on Hold

We previously reported on the new rule that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) was poised to implement regarding a common clause in nursing home contracts that makes lawsuits against nursing homes more […]

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One in Three Residents Abused at Nursing Homes

ABC News reported on the results of a study by members of the Special Investigations Division of the House Government Reform Committee concerning nursing home abuse that was published earlier this year. This study found […]

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Substance Abuse in Nursing Home Residents

With the prevalence of substance abuse increasing across almost all demographics, it is no surprise that the issue of substance abuse has arisen with respect to nursing home residents. While it may seem far-fetched to […]

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Coumadin Errors in Nursing Homes

Coumadin, and its generic counterpart, warfarin, are common medications taken by older individuals, particularly if they are receiving long-term care. As many as one out of every six nursing home residents take Coumadin or warfarin, […]

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Traffic Fatalities Increased Substantially in 2015

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is reporting that after five consecutive years of declines in the number of traffic fatalities nationwide, traffic fatalities increased by 7.2%, or 2,348 people, from 2014 to 2015. […]

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NHTSA Raises Awareness Through Child Passenger Safety Week

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recognizes Child Passenger Safety Week each September in an effort to highlight the importance of properly buckling up children in the correct car seat for their size and […]

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Multiple Deaths Result From Drowsy Driving

A recent Forbes article highlighted a new report by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) showing that an estimated 5,000 people died last year as a direct result of motor vehicle accidents caused by drowsy […]

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What is a Tort Under Wisconsin Law?

Under Wisconsin law, a tort occurs when an individual suffers an injury directly due to the breach of a duty owed to that individual by another party, which can be an individual or a business. […]

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Steps to Take to Prevent Elder Abuse

Increasing incidents of elder abuse have brought an awareness of this serious issue to the forefront. As a result, there are several simple steps that anyone can take in order to prevent elder abuse, according […]

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Increased Risks of Abuse for Dementia Patients

The National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA) has compiled statistics showing that between two and five million elderly individuals nationwide suffer some sort of abuse each year. Abuse can include not only physical abuse, but […]

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Causes of Elder Abuse

According to the National Institute of Justice, there are several different causes of elder abuse. Some abusers may feel that violence is the only way to solve a problem or get a certain income. Others, […]

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Elder Investment Fraud

Investment fraud against the elderly can take many different forms, including unsuitable investments, fraudulent offerings, unregistered products, unlicensed financial advisors or brokers, and the theft or misappropriation of funds. Unfortunately, certain characteristics of the elderly […]

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What Does the Wisconsin Board on Aging and Long-Term Care Do?

The Wisconsin Board on Aging and Long-Term Care is a state agency that the Wisconsin legislature created in 1981. The main purpose of the agency is to advise the Governor and the Wisconsin state legislature […]

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Celebrate the Holidays – Safely

During the recent holiday season, Wisconsin roadways were crowded with shoppers and travelers visiting family and friends. Individuals often celebrate the holidays from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day with more drinking and partying than usual. […]

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Consumer Protections for Wisconsin Senior Citizens

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection publishes the Wisconsin Senior Guide, which provides education for senior citizens about how to avoid common financial scams and opportunities for exploitation. Wisconsin law also provides […]

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What Records Should I Look at if I Suspect Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect?

Nursing homes and long-term care facilities have a responsibility to care for every aspect of their residents’ lives. This includes making sure that they are observed on a regular basis, that their personal care and […]

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Defining Elder Abuse

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), elder abuse is “an intentional act, or a failure to act, by a caregiver or another person in a relationship involving an expectation of trust […]

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Protecting Nursing Home Residents From Financial Exploitation

According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), financial exploitation of the elderly is one of the most prevalent kinds of elder abuse, with losses to older Americans topping $3 billion in 2010. This loss […]

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Requirements for Investigating and Reporting Caretaker Abuse and Neglect

Wisconsin law requires that certain services programs report allegations of caregiver abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation and take certain precautions when these types of allegations arise. Under the Caregiver Law, workers at adult family homes, […]

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Rail Safety Week Celebrated by Wisconsin’s National Railway Museum

Fox II News recently reported on Wisconsin’s National Railway Museum hosting a Rail Safety Week event, as proclaimed by Governor Scott Walker. Law enforcement authorities were on hand to make safety presentations and educate the […]

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Sauk County Collision Results in Injuries to Three

A recent Sauk County traffic accident led to injuries for three different people involved, including one who was airlifted to a hospital with life-threatening injuries. The wreck, which occurred about 7:30 p.m. on a Saturday […]

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Seatbelts and Airbags May Reduce Facial Injuries in Car Accidents

Reuters Health recently reported that the results of a new study indicate that wearing a seatbelt and having a vehicle with airbags when a car accident occurs may reduce the risk of broken facial bones. […]

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August and September 2016 Mark Safest Months on Roads in Decades

According to a recent news report, August 2016 was the safest month in terms of traffic fatalities in the state of Wisconsin since World War II. Statistics from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT) indicate […]

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The Dangers of Driving While Playing Pokemon Go

While the Pokemon Go craze of the summer months appears to be dying down, there are still many individuals who engage in the game on a regular basis. Using a mobile game app, players try […]

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CDC Recommends Restrictions for Teen Driving at Night

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently issued recommendations about restricting teenagers’ ability to drive during nighttime hours. These recommendations are based on a study of fatal crashes caused by teenage drivers from […]

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Cell Phones in Work Zones Now Illegal in Wisconsin

Effective October 1, 2016, it is now illegal to talk on a hand-held mobile device while driving through a construction zone. Once a driver crosses the orange cones, the speed limit drops substantially. Now, he […]

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WI Supreme Court Approves Subrogation Claim

The Wisconsin Supreme Court recently issued a decision approving an insurance company’s retention of damages received on a subrogation claim following a motorcycle accident. The accident victim in this case had already been “made whole” […]

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Who is Responsible if You Get Into an Accident Driving a Rental Car?

Let’s face it: most consumers do not closely read the rental car contract when renting a car, whether for business or pleasure. Depending on the circumstances and the type of insurance that the consumer has […]

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Guidelines for Sexual Activity in Nursing Homes

As Americans live longer and longer, they are having intimate relationships well into their 70s and 80s, which can cause problems for couples residing in nursing homes and long-term care facilities. Aside from an inherent […]

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Abuse of Nursing Home Residents Continues

Many families take for granted that their loved ones will receive quality treatment while living in a nursing home or other long-term care facility. At the state level, many safeguards exist to ensure that residents […]

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New Potential Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease

The New York Post recently reported that an experimental Alzheimer’s Disease drug may be a giant step in the fight against Alzheimer’s, in terms of preventing the disease altogether. Biogen, a Massachusetts-based pharmaceutical company, developed […]

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When Does a Nursing Home Have to Use a Resident Relocation Plan?

Whenever a nursing home or a community based residential facility intends to relocate five or more of its residents, Wisconsin law requires it to file a Resident Relocation Plan with the Division of Long Term […]

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Baby Boomer Generation Dominates Senior Health Care System

According to a new report from the United Health Foundation, the next generation of senior citizens – the baby boomer generation – will be sicker and more expensive than previous generations. The report examines the […]

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Feds Crack Down on Social Media Abuse in Nursing Homes

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which is the federal government office that regulates nursing homes, issued a memo to all state health departments recently concerning the usage of social media to abuse residents. […]

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Wisconsin DHHS Investigates Waupaca County Veteran’s Home

The Capital Times recently reported on its investigation into the Wisconsin Veteran’s Home at King, which is Wisconsin’s largest state-run, skilled nursing facility. More than 25 current and former employees, residents, and their family members […]

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STEADI Initiative and Healthcare Providers

The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control of the Centers for Disease Control recommends that nursing homes and other healthcare providers that deal with older individuals follow the STEADI initiative, which stands for “Stopping […]

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Traffic Safety and Pedestrians on Halloween and Other Holidays

As the holiday season is upon us, this is a good time to discuss the most common, specific situations that can result in danger to pedestrians. For instance, during the recent Halloween celebration, which typically […]

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What You Need to Know About Falls

Every year across the United States, millions of individuals aged 65 and older fall. More than one in four of those individuals fall each year, but many fail to report their falls to their doctor. […]

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Appeals Court Reverses on Exemplary Damages in Elder Theft Case

A three-judge panel for the District III Court of Appeals recently issued a ruling in a case involving a woman who stole from money from her late uncle while serving as his caretaker prior to […]

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What is Wisconsin’s Caregiver Law?

Wisconsin’s Caregiver Law was enacted in order to provide protection for particularly vulnerable individuals in regulated settings, such as a nursing home, assisted living facility, or other long-term care facility. Under this law, individuals who […]

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How Can I Pay for a Nursing Home Abuse Attorney?

When a loved one suffers serious or fatal injuries while under the care of a nursing home or other long-term care facility, you may not know where to turn first. You might not be sure […]

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When is a Death a ‘Wrongful Death’?

A death becomes “wrongful” within the meaning of Wisconsin’s wrongful death statute when another person or persons acts in a negligent manner so as to cause the fatal accident. In most cases, if the injuries […]

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As Summer Draws to an End, Driving Risks Start to Decrease

According to AAA, the stretch between Memorial Day and Labor Day is called the “100 Deadliest Days,” due to the heightened risks of fatal car accidents involves teens during this timeframe. As summer draws to […]

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How Can I Afford to Pay a Personal Injury Attorney?

Individuals who suffered injuries in an accident caused by another party’s negligence may be entitled to recover compensation for their losses. However, those individuals are likely to be experiencing a fair amount of stress as […]

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What is Contributory Negligence and How Does It Work Under Wisconsin Law?

Many individuals believe that if they were in any way responsible for an accident, then they are barred from getting compensation from another person who was at least partially at fault for the accident. The […]

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What is the Duty to Mitigate Damages in a Wisconsin Personal Injury Case?

Under Wisconsin law, you have a right to recover compensation for any losses and injuries that you suffered as the result of an accident caused by the negligence of another. However, you also have a […]

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Down for the Count App Targets Texting and Driving Dangers

It comes as no surprise that teenagers are among the most accident-prone drivers in the United States. In fact, six teenagers of driving age die each day as a result of motor vehicle injuries. Of […]

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What Are Some Final Expenses That Occur After the Death of a Loved One?

In all too many cases, accidents turn fatal, and family members are left not only with the grief that stems from the sudden and unexpected death of a loved one, but also with the bills […]

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How Should I Transition My Loved One Into Long-Term Care?

Even talking about the subject of long-term care with your loved one can be a difficult undertaking. However, with a dementia or Alzheimer’s patient, he or she may be unaware or unable to understand the […]

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What Are the Different Types of Damages in Wisconsin Personal Injury Cases?

Damages refer to the injuries or losses that you or your family suffers in an accident involving personal injuries. In order for you to claim damages, another person or business must have acted in a […]

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What is the Best Way to Prevent Nursing Home Falls?

There are various strategies that nursing homes and other long-term care facilities can use in order to decrease the potential for falls and increase safety. First, if your loved one is at a heightened risk […]

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How Do I Select an Assisted Living Facility for My Parent?

A publication by the State of Wisconsin, Department of Health Services, Division of Quality Assurance, Bureau of Assisted Living, details some basic guidelines for choosing an assisted living facility for your parent. The Division of […]

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