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Nursing Home Abuse

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The decision to admit a loved one to a nursing home is never easy, especially when you are trusting someone else to care for a family member as if it was you. Sadly, not all facilities are worthy of this trust.  Stories abound of nursing home residents… Read More »

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What is Wrongful Death?

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A wrongful death occurs when someone negligently or intentionally causes the death of another person.  If you have experienced the wrongful death of a loved one, you know that no amount of money can compensate you.  However, you can minimize the financial ramifications of your loss and impose consequences on the wrongdoer, which might… Read More »

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Unwavering Support for our Clients

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Chase DePastino is a client we will never, ever forget.  We were privileged to represent him following a horrific car crash that left him paralyzed at the tender age of 19.  His case was resolved earlier this year, but Firm Partner Mickey Smith and paralegal Meghan Carney have stayed in close contact with Chase,… Read More »

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Who Can Be Liable In A Truck Accident?

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Have you been involved in an accident with a heavy truck? You know just how scary that experience can be.  Truck accidents can be more deadly and cause greater injury and damage because of the significant weight difference between trucks and passenger cars.  Litigation resulting from a truck accident can be complex because a… Read More »

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West Palm Beach Nursing Home Caregivers Strike for $15 Hourly Wage

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

In a recent WPTV News Channel 5 news story, local nursing home caregivers are going on strike for a higher minimum wage. Workers there have been pushing for better conditions and pay for the past year. This attempt to raise the wages in the nursing home industry is long overdue.  Absent decent wages, it is extremely… Read More »

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Is There a Way Around Mandatory Arbitration in Nursing Home Cases?

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

In 2009, Elizabeth Barrow, a 100-year-old Massachusetts nursing home resident, was murdered by her 97-year-old roommate, a woman described in patient files as being “at risk to harm herself or others.”  According to a New York Times story, after being charged with murder, Mrs. Barrow’s roommate was found unfit to stand trial and committed… Read More »

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