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Articles Tagged with Nursing home neglect

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question “What constitutes nursing home negligence?”

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed a law that protects doctors and hospitals from civil liability during the COVID-19 pandemic. The provision to give healthcare facilities, including nursing homes, immunity from lawsuits was part of a $1.6 billion relief package to combat the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question: “What will happen after I file my nursing home complaint?”

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which has killed over 2,600 people in the U.S., is disproportionately affecting the elderly and nursing home residents. For many nursing home residents, especially those with underlying conditions, the COVID-19 virus can be lethal.

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question “What constitutes nursing home negligence?”

Several Charlotte-area nursing homes have been flagged for past abuse and neglect. If you are thinking about getting your loved one into a nursing home in Charlotte, check out which facilities have been flagged for violations in the past.

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers the question “What constitutes nursing home negligence?

The Supreme Court issued an important decision today impacting millions of families across the country. The Court decided to weigh into an issue that has generated increasing controversy over the past several years: arbitration agreements. After hearing the facts of the case, the Court chose to side with big business interests, in this case, the nursing home industry, over the individual families who seldom understand that these agreements exist to strip them of their rights.

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