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Category Archives: Nursing Home Neglect


Five Kinds Of Nursing Home Negligence

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

Nursing home understaffing is the root of many nursing home negligence injuries. Over 90 percent of long-term care facilities in Florida are dangerously understaffed, according to many observers. There is always a direct link between lack of supervision and serious injuries. In this context, there‚Äôs also an indirect link. Morale is usually low at… Read More »

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Bedsores and Nursing Home Neglect

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

Pressure ulcers are one of the most preventable and most serious types of neglect injuries at Florida nursing homes. If residents turn over in bed every two hours, bedsores cannot form. Largely because they are overly medicated or very weak, many residents cannot turn themselves over. So, they depend entirely on the nursing home… Read More »

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Five Kinds of Nursing Home Neglect

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

Economics in general, and understaffing in particular, is the root of most nursing home neglect injuries. As many as 70 percent of Florida nursing homes are dangerously understaffed, mostly because the owners want to reduce expenses by reducing payroll. Furthermore, when nursing home workers leave, not all owners take the necessary steps to replace… Read More »

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