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Month: February 2017

Posted on February 27, 2017 in
Psychological nursing home abuse is more difficult to detect, but can be just as damaging as physical mistreatment. Such abuse may be verbal or non-verbal. As a subset of elder abuse, it often comes with other forms of abuse as well. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a nursing home, call...
Posted on February 22, 2017 in
Nevada released its latest (2016) Highway Safety Plan as part of the 2010 ‘Zero Fatalities’ program designed to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries. The Highway Safety Plan is promulgated by the Nevada Executive Committee on Traffic Safety (NECTS). The Safety Plan identifies an articulable safety issue, for example, people who don’t wear seatbelts, and offers...
Posted on February 17, 2017 in
Foreclosures and short sales in Nevada may damage the credit of the debtors, but the Fair Credit Reporting Act offers some remedies that people may use to help rebuild and repair their credit by dealing with negative information that has been reported. Negative information reported about delinquencies after foreclosures or short sales may cause credit...
Posted on February 14, 2017 in
When a third party is legally liable for a car accident, the victim may have additional options available to recover compensation for injuries he or she sustains. Recognizing which parties may bear legal responsibility for a car accident is the first step toward recovery. If you or a family member was seriously injured in a car...
Posted on February 6, 2017 in
Elder sexual assault can have a significantly detrimental impact on a patient’s physical and mental health. It is a common crime that can permanently diminish an individual’s quality of life and the impact of the abuse often leads to a reduced life expectancy. If you or a family member was seriously injured in a nursing home,...
Posted on February 3, 2017 in
The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) is a comprehensive federal law that promotes accuracy, privacy, and fairness in the information compiled on consumers by credit reporting agencies. The FCRA was passed in 1970 in the wake of a series of financial scandals that plagued consumers, with the goal of correcting unscrupulous practices by credit reporting...