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California is the First State to Outlaw The Use of Admission Contracts Written by Nursing Homes

When you are admitted to a nursing home, you will be asked to sign an admission agreement that explains your rights and responsibilities and those of […]

California Legal News Round Up 9/15

In this week’s California legal news round up, stories we chose are about Uber and Lyft breaking California Law, new California Law requiring sick leave, California […]

Allegations Against Redlands Healthcare Center for Violation of Patient’s Rights Per California Health and Safety Code §§1430(b) and (c)

From March 26, 2010 to April 1, 2010 and from April 8, 2010 to April 23, 2010 decedent was a 24-hour per day resident and patient […]

Private Caregivers Found to Have Criminal Backgrounds says Los Angeles Elder Abuse Attorney Steven Peck

California residents can unknowingly hire private caregivers who have criminal backgrounds, according to a report by the state Senate Office of Oversight and Outcomes, California Watch […]

Federal and State Laws Are Aimed at Preventing Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Says California Elder Abuse Attorney Steven C. Peck

Elder abuse in nursing homes is an unfortunate occurrence. This type of abuse encompasses the physical and mental abuse of individuals who reside in nursing home […]

Legal Protection For Patient Safety Information

Is there existing legal protection for patient safety information exchanged across institutional boundaries? Federal Protection 42 U.S.C. §299c-3(c) Perhaps the most promising source of existing Federal […]

California Temporarily Halts Disqualification of In-Home Care Givers with Felony Records

An Alameda County judge has stopped the state from disqualifying people with felony records from being in-home care workers, the third judicial setback for Gov. Arnold […]

In Home Care Severely Reduced By California Budget Cuts

In-Home Supportive Services care will be reduced or axed for 130,000 Californians starting Nov. 1, the state Department of Social Services announced Friday. The program pays […]

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