Category Archives: Being Prepared

The Governor Knows Nothing

Do you remember Sgt. Schultz? What was his famous line? I believe it was “I know nothing”. The Governor and several of his close political friends “know nothing” about “slamming” performed by a telecommunications company owned by one of the … Continue reading

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Nursing Home Quality of Care

Along with the aging population of this country has come an increasing responsiblity for the care of our older citizens. I am getting more and more calls from people that have concerns about the care their loved ones are receiving … Continue reading

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It is about Life

Several friends or members of their families have recently been diagnosed with cancer. Cancer is such an indiscriminate enemy; I hate it. It makes me angry that it has attacked my friends and their families. I care so much and … Continue reading

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Will, Power of Attorney and Healthcare Directive

A very good friend from the past called for a will, power of attorney and healthcare directive. He is in his mid-50’s. His thinking about his family created the need for the call. It was wonderful to see my friend … Continue reading

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Vulnerable Adult Dies from Neglect

We are looking into a case now involving the tragic death of a vulnerable adult who died when he suffocated on a latex glove that lodged in his throat. There is no excuse for this death to have occurred. We … Continue reading

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The Value of a Scar

Perhaps the most difficult injury to value is a scar. For this reason, very few cases go to trial as both the insurance company and the injured person fear that they cannot predict how the jury will evaluate this injury. … Continue reading

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