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Nursing Home Problems Not Being Disclosed by Hospitals

Patients are routinely discharged from hospitals to nursing home care facilities. This can happen if the patient was hospitalized for something like a stroke, and the illness or injury has left the patient temporarily or permanently unable to live independently. If the patient needs skilled rehab services, such as might occur after a hip or…

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Car Accidents Spiking Thanks to Mobile Technology

In the first half of 2016, there were 17,775 people in the United States who died in car accidents. This was a significant increase in fatalities compared with the number of people who died in car accidents during the same time period in 2015. The increases in motor vehicle accident fatalities comes after many years…

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Why You Face Higher Car Accident Risks on Thanksgiving Weekend

In 2013, WBRC reported 11 traffic deaths in Alabama over the Thanksgiving holiday, which is defined as running from Wednesday to Sunday. This was up from five fatalities the year prior. These fatalities occurred in eight accidents that happened in Autauga, Barbour, Crenshaw, Madison, Pickens, Russell, Tallaeda, and Walker counties. Police were investigating the collisions but…

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Pedestrians in Mobile Face Grave Risks in DUI Accidents

Drunk driving accidents are always dangerous, but may be especially serious when the accidents are pedestrian accidents. Pedestrians have no protection from crash impact forces, so when they are struck by intoxicated drivers, injuries could be severe, permanent, or even fatal.  Pedestrians and family members of walkers who are hurt or killed in pedestrian collisions…

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Elder Abuse Case Involves Failure to Report Giving Wrong Drug

One recent high-profile case in Chilton County highlights the dangers of medication errors in nursing homes – and the amount of damage that can result when those errors are not appropriately handled by care providers. Katherine Blevins Lenoir of Maplesville, AL was employed as a licensed practical nurse at Hatley Healthcare and Rehabilitation in Clanton…

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