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What You Need to Know About Making a Decision for a Nursing Home

What You Need to Know About Making a Decision for a Nursing Home

Nursing Home Says Resident's Life Has No Value

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NURSING HOMES ABUSE / NEGLIGENCE IN NURSING HOME

Attorney James Kapralos of Parker Waichman explains some important steps of putting a parent in a nursing home.

Deciding whether or not to put a parent in a nursing home is usually a difficult process with a lot of emotions. The most important decision you can make though is to become power of attorney, whether immediately upon admittance to the facility or in the future when Mom or Dad become unable to make decisions on their own. This is a much easier process if it is done before their capacity to make decisions wanes. You can also become their power of attorney after death through a legal process in which you take guardianship. Watch the video now to learn more.

For more information about personal injury accidents and our firm, visit our educational website at
http://www.yourlawyer.com/practice_areas/nursing_home_negligence . If you have any additional questions, give us a call at (800) 800-9797.



 

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