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The Health Department Asks a Judge to Appoint a Caretaker for a Long Island Nursing Home

When families place loved ones into the care of a skilled nursing facility, they trust that the facility will be able to take care of their loved one’s needs and prioritize their health. Unfortunately, not all nursing homes provide a safe and health-focused environment for residents. In some cases, residents can be neglected or abused by the very people who are tasked with providing care for Read More >>

When Can a Nursing Home Be Liable for a Virus Outbreak?

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, nursing homes have been thrust into the spotlight as potential hotspots for outbreaks. With elderly populations and immunocompromised residents vulnerable to infection, these facilities are under immense pressure to ensure that their staff members adhere to strict health protocols and safety precautions. But what happens when a virus outbreak does occur? Read More >>

Attorney General Files Lawsuit Accusing New York Nursing Homes of Diverting Funds

On June 28th, 2023, New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a new lawsuit accusing the executives behind nursing corporations in Queens, the Bronx, Westchester, and Buffalo of diverting Medicare and Medicaid funds away from nursing homes and into their own pockets. According to James, those in charge of the nursing homes in question misused over $83 million in taxpayer dollars, ABC7NY Read More >>

What to Do If Your Loved One Is Injured By Nursing Home Maintenance Issues

Nursing homes in New York are meant to be a safe and secure haven for our elderly loved ones. Nevertheless, accidents can happen due to negligence or maintenance problems. If your loved one has been injured due to maintenance issues at a nursing home around New York, it’s important to take immediate action to ensure their well-being by seeking the appropriate legal remedies. At Dalli & Read More >>

Putting an End to New York’s Predatory Nursing Home Operators

Senior citizens are living longer than ever, meaning that an increased number of seniors will require nursing home care in the coming years. Despite this substantial need, the number of nursing homes is declining across the country. According to a study by the Long Term Care Community Coalition, New York’s nursing homes are among the most underperforming in the United States. Unfortunately, Read More >>

Who May Be Liable in a Nursing Home Choking Incident?

Losing your loved one to an incident that could have easily been prevented is devastating. It's even more overwhelming if the death occurs in a facility that is supposed to take excellent care of its residents, like nursing homes. One type of wrongful death that may occur in a nursing home is when a resident chokes. While choking becomes more prevalent as we grow older due to changes related to Read More >>

How to Ensure Your Loved One Is In a Safe Nursing Home

You want the best for your loved ones, especially when they are no longer able to care for themselves. This includes making sure they have a safe and comfortable home where they can get the help they need. Luckily, there are a lot of excellent nursing homes in America. But how do you make sure that your loved one is in a safe nursing home? Some aren’t very clean or have undertrained staff, which Read More >>

How to Know If Nursing Home Staff Are Undertrained to Care For My Family Member

The nursing home industry has recently been a target for criticism, and with good reason. The standard of care in nursing homes has declined significantly over the past decade, meaning that your loved one may not be getting the care they need and deserve. This is partially due to many nursing homes undertraining their employees, which can quickly lead to negligence and abuse.  Fortunately, not Read More >>

What Evidence Do I Need to Sue a Nursing Home for Abuse?

When you place a loved one in a nursing home, you expect that person to receive the highest standard of care. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case, as some nursing homes are home to abuse and neglect. If you suspect your loved one may be experiencing abuse at a nursing home, you’ll need to collect evidence pertaining to your case. But just what evidence do you need?  Fortunately, if your Read More >>

Could a New State Law Lead to Understaffing of New York Nursing Homes?

Nursing homes in New York should have enough nursing staff with the required competencies to meet the care needs of their residents. However, this has not always been the case. In fact, New York nursing homes have been cited multiple times by federal regulators for having too few nurses on staff. This, in turn, has undermined the welfare and safety of residents and put a strain on the nursing Read More >>

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