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Veteran Abuse and Neglect in VA Nursing Homes

Published on Feb 9, 2021 at 7:55 am in Nursing Home Abuse.

Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

Millions of nursing home residents are forced to suffer abuse and neglect from those who are supposed to be taking care of them. While anyone in that type of setting can be a target for abuse, certain elderly demographics, like veterans, are at an increased risk. Military veterans are an especially at-risk group because they are often left without sufficient support systems, friends and family networks, and mental and physical health care services after serving their country.

Driving in the Snow: Tips for Staying Safe

Published on Feb 2, 2021 at 8:06 am in Auto Accident.

Car Accident Lawyer

While many of us would rather stay inside during the cold winter months, we still need to leave our homes for work, trips to the grocery store, holidays, and more. In the event you find yourself heading out with snow on the roads, or you get caught in a surprise snowstorm while traveling, it’s essential to know how to drive in the snow as safely as possible.

Preventing Fraternity Hazing on College Campuses

Published on Jan 26, 2021 at 8:13 am in Fraternity Hazing.

Fraternity Hazing Lawyer

Hazing began as a way to welcome new members into a closed society. The practice has roots that date back to the ancient and medieval eras. Today, hazing is considered a criminal offense in the majority of the United States. This is, in part, because of the number of students who have been fatally injured from being hazed. In addition to the state and federal laws condemning hazing, other initiatives are being taken to prevent fraternity hazing on college campuses by universities and watchdog organizations.