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Safe Staffing and Wages

The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care reported a new survey showing that the nursing home industry is paying overtime, and relying on agency and temporary staff at record levels. In short, there’s a huge demand for healthcare workers and not enough supply. Industry wages need to increase to a living wage to recruit

Revisionist History

Washington Post reporter Dave Weigel noticed that the Republican National Committee scrubbed from its website celebrating Trump’s deal with the Taliban. The RNC praised Trump for taking “the lead in peace talks as he signed a historic peace agreement with the Taliban in Afghanistan, which would end America’s longest war.” “I stand squarely behind my

Staffing Shortages

For-Profit Ownership is the Problem As a long-time nursing home attorney, I can assure you that for-profit chains have lower quality of care. A new study verifies the obvious. Evidentiary findings published in the Journal of Long-Term Care serve as the latest evidence against for-profit management of nursing homes. Dozens of studies prove the negative relationship

Florida Man

Politics in Trumpland Republican congressional candidate William Braddock threatened to kill a fellow candidate. A recorded phone conversation shows Florida Man Braddock threatening to hire assassins to eliminate his main opponent in the race. Braddock threatens to organize an assassination on his congressional seat opponent, Anna Paulina Luna. “I really don’t want to have to

Top Myths About Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Medical Malpractice Lawyer Most people think that medical malpractice lawsuits are rare. In the U.S., over 100,000 medical malpractice payments are dispersed to victims and their families. Most victims of medical malpractice are afraid that if they file a claim, it will be rejected. As a medical malpractice lawyer in Kansas City, MO from a

Fighting Immunity

The Ames Martha and William Ames died of COVID at the Villages of Orleans Health and Rehabilitation Center. The family asserts the facility lacked infectious control policies, safe staffing, or enough personal protective equipment to maintain the health, safety, and well-being of the residents. At least, 15,000 residents statewide died from Covid-19. The family’s lawsuit


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