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Monthly Archives: January 2023

NursingHomeFracture

Understanding The Risk Of Bone Fractures In Nursing Homes

By Brezina Law |

Nursing homes should be safe and happy places of care for our elderly loved ones. We count on these facilities to provide skilled care that our family members depend on to get well and stay well as they live out their golden years. However, injuries happen more often than most would expect, and many… Read More »

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MythBusting

Busting Four Of The Most Common Nursing Home Abuse Myths

By Brezina Law |

Sadly, nursing home abuse is much more common than many people think. Thousands of residents are harmed every year throughout the country, and many of them are right here in Knoxville. Nursing home abuse is also largely misunderstood, which can make it more difficult to detect, or know what to do once you suspect… Read More »

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MedMalp

Does Tennessee Law Cap Compensation In Medical Malpractice Cases?

By Brezina Law |

When you visit a doctor’s office, hospital, or other healthcare facility, you expect to receive the highest quality of care to treat your injury or illness. Doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals, though, are human and can make mistakes just like anyone else. When a healthcare professional acts negligently and does not provide the… Read More »

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RearAccident

Who Is At Fault For A Rear-End Car Accident?

By Brezina Law |

Rear-end car accidents are some of the most common types of collisions on the road. However, that does not mean they are minor events. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), 3,000 rear-end accidents caused fatalities in 2020. A rear-end accident occurs when one driver slams into the back of another vehicle. In most… Read More »

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5 Questions

5 Questions To Ask Before You Admit A Loved One To A Nursing Home

By Brezina Law |

One of the most difficult times in life is having to consider whether or not it’s time for a parent to enter a nursing home. Sadly, for the parent, it becomes a stark reality when they can no longer take care of themselves as well. Signs to look out for could include missed medication… Read More »

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