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Nationwide Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers | Nursing Home Negect

Nationwide Nursing Home Lawsuits Filed For Abuse and Neglect Nursing home abuse is a direct act that causes, emotional or physical harm, injury or death to a nursing home resident. Nursing home abuse can be physical, emotional, sexual or theft-financial. Nursing home neglect is an injury or harm that happens due to lack of the correct treatment or services. Nursing home neglect can be the result of nursing home violations or lack of care for bedsores, medication errors or missed medications, allowing dehydration, malnutrition, isolation and other mistreatment denied. Nursing homes are usually paid by medicare which is a federal program. A nursing home with a history or violations may lose their ability to get medicare funding. Federal Nursing Home Regulations Numerous federal and state laws protect nursing home and assisted living facility patients from abuse and neglect. Additionally, patients are entitled to privacy, security and other rights. Federal Nursing Home Regulations In response to reports of widespread neglect and abuse in nursing homes, Congress enacted legislation in 1987 requiring nursing homes participating in Medicare and Medicaid to comply with certain quality of care rules. This law, known as the Nursing Home Reform Act, says that  nursing homes “must provide services and activities to attain or maintain the highest practicable physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being of each resident in accordance with a written plan of care.” To participate in Medicare and Medicaid, nursing homes must comply with the federal requirements for long term care facilities. Under federal nursing home regulations, nursing homes must: Have sufficient nursing staff. (42 CFR §483.30) Conduct initially a comprehensive and accurate assessment of each resident’s functional capacity. (42 CFR §483.20) Develop a comprehensive care plan for each resident. (42 CFR §483.20) Prevent the deterioration of a resident’s ability to bathe, dress, groom, transfer and ambulate, toilet, eat, and to communicate. (42 CFR §483.25) Provide, if a resident is unable to carry out activities of daily living, the necessary services to maintain good nutrition, grooming, and personal oral hygiene. (42 CFR §483.25) Ensure that residents receive proper treatment and assistive devices to maintain vision and hearing abilities. (42 CFR §483.25) Ensure that residents do not develop pressure sores and, if a resident has pressure sores, provide the necessary treatment and services to promote healing, prevent infection, and prevent new sores from developing. (42 CFR §483.25) Provide appropriate treatment and services to incontinent residents to restore as much normal bladder functioning as possible. (42 CFR §483.25) Ensure that the resident receives adequate supervision and assistive devices to prevent accidents. (42 CFR §483.25) Maintain acceptable parameters of nutritional status. (42 CFR §483.25) Provide each resident with sufficient fluid intake to maintain proper hydration and health. (42 CFR §483.25) Ensure that residents are free of any significant medication errors. (42 CFR §483.25) Promote each resident’s quality of life. (42 CFR §483.15) Maintain dignity and respect of each resident. (42 CFR §483.15) Ensure that the resident has the right to choose activities, schedules, and health care. (42 CFR §483.40) Provide pharmaceutical services to meet the needs of each resident. (42 CFR §483.60) Be administered in a manner that enables it [the nursing home] to use its resources effectively and efficiently. (42 CFR §483.75) Maintain accurate, complete, and easily accessible clinical records on each resident . (42 CFR §483.75) We have lawyers to help and protect you or your parent, grandparent or family member who has been abused or neglected in a long term care facility in: Abilene, Akron/Canton, Albuquerque, Allentown, Altoona, Amarillo, Ann Arbor, Annapolis, Appleton, Arlington., Asheville, Ashtabula, Athens, Atlanta, Auburn, Augusta, Austin, Bakersfield, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Battle Creek, Beaumont, Bellingham, Bemidji, Bend, Big Island, Biloxi, Binghamton, Birmingham, Bismarck, Bloomington, Boca raton, Boise, Boone, Boston, Boulder, Bowling Green, Bronx, Brooklyn, Brownsville, Brunswick, Buffalo, Burlington, Cape Cod, Carbondale, Chambana, Charleston, Charlotte, Charlottesville, Chattanooga, Chautauqua, Chesapeake, Chicago, Chico, Cincinnati, Clarksville, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Columbia, columbus, Cookeville, Corpus Christi, Corvallis, Cumberland Valley, Dallas, Danville, Dayton, Daytona, DC, Decatur, Delaware, Denton, Denver, Des Moines, Detroit, Dothan, Dubuque, Duluth, East Idaho, East Oregon, Eastern, Eastern Kentucky, Eastern Shore, Eau Claire, El Paso, Elko, Elmira, Erie, Eugene, Evansville, Fairfield, Fargo, Farmington, Fayetteville, Finger Lakes, Flint, Florence, Fort Collins, Fort Dodge, Fort lauderdale, Fort Myers, Fort Smith, Fort Worth, Frederick, Fredericksburg, Fresno, Ft Lauderdale, Ft Myers, Ft Wayne, Gadsden, gainesville, Galveston, Glens Falls, Grand Forks, Grand Rapids, Green Bay, Greensboro, Greenville, Hampton, Harrisburg, Hartford, Hattiesburg, Hilton Head, Honolulu, Houston, Huntington, Indianapolis, Iowa City, Ithaca, Jackson, Jacksonville, Janesville, Jersey Shore, jonesboro, Joplin, Kalamazoo, Kansas City, Kauai, Keys, Killeen, Kirksville, Knoxville, Kokomo, La Crosse, La Salle County, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Lake of the Ozarks, Lakeland, Lancaster, Lansing, Laredo, Las Cruces, Las Vegas, Lawrence, Lawton, Lewiston, Lexington, Lima/Findlay, Lincoln, Little Rock, Logan, Long Beach, Long Island, Los Angeles, Louisville, Lubbock, Lynchburg, Macon, Madison, Maine, Manhattan, Mankato, Mansfield, Martinsburg, Mason City, Mattoon, Maui, Mcallen, Meadville, Medford, Memphis, Mendocino, Merced, Meridian, Mesa, Mesothelioma compensation, Mesothelioma lawsuits, mesothelioma lawyer, Miami, mid cities, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Minneapolis / St Paul, Minot, Mobile, Modesto, Mohave County, Monroe, Montana, Monterey, Montgomery, Morgantown, Morristown, Moses Lake, Muncie, Muskegon, Myrtle Beach, Nashville, Natchez, New Hampshire, New Haven, New Orleans, New River Valley, New York, Newark, Newport News, Norfolk, North Bergen, North Platte, O.C., Oakland, Ocala, Odessa, Ogden, Oklahoma City, Olympia, Omaha, Oneonta, Oregon Coast, Orlando, Ottumwa, Outer Banks, Owensboro, Palm Springs, Palmdale, Panama City, Paramus, Parkersburg, Paterson, Pensacola., Peoria, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Plattsburgh, Poconos, Port Huron, Portland, Portsmouth, Potsdam, Prescott, Providence, Provo, Pueblo, Pullman, Quad Cities, Queens, Racine, Raleigh, Reading, Redding, Reno, Richmond, Roanoke, Rochester, Rockford, Rockies, Roseburg, Sacramento, Saginaw, Salem, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Fernando Valley, San Francisco, San Gabriel Valley, San Jose, San Luis Obispo, San Marcos, Sandusky, Sarasota, seattle, St Louis, Talcom powder lawyers, Tampa, Tucson, Tulsa, Virginia Beach, Washington, Washington D.C., West palm beach, Wichita, or Wilmington.
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