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Annual Scholarship Program Deadline Submission

Each year, Garcia, Artigliere, Medby & Faulkner awards a $1,000 scholarship to a law or nursing student who has demonstrated the highest acumen in the legal or nursing workforce. We are very pleased to announce that we are accepting submissions for our 2017 scholarship until August 15, 2017. To learn more about the scholarship application…

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$52.7 Million Settlement with Nation’s Largest Long-Term Care Company: Garcia, Artigliere, Medby & Faulkner Represent Plaintiff Involved

Los Angeles, Calif. — On behalf of qui tam plaintiff Terri West, Garcia, Artigliere, Medby & Faulkner filed a False Claims Act case against a skilled nursing facility that was fraudulently billing for Medicare and Medicaid/MediCal reimbursement. The case was part of a greater U.S. Department of Justice investigation of Genesis Healthcare, the largest long-term…

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Lawsuit Filed: Man Dies in Victorville Nursing Facility

Victorville, Calif. — Mark Matthew was admitted to Knolls West Convalescent for rehabilitation following a heart attack. One of the primary reasons Mark was entrusted to the care of Knolls was his weakened status and to prevent from the deadly falls which are prevalent in elders. Unfortunately, rather than providing Matthew with the care Knolls…

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Lawsuit Filed: Woman Dies Weeks After Admittance to Orange County Nursing Facility

Orange County, Calif. – Miriam Alexander, an 85-year-old woman, entered Palm Terrace Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center for rehabilitation after a fall that left her with a broken pelvis. Alexander had a known history of medical conditions, including anemia, diabetes, high blood pressure, stomach bleeding and infections. Rather than provide this knowingly required care to Miriam,…

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Lawsuit Filed: Elderly Man Develops UTI and Sepsis, Ultimately Resulting in His Death

Sacramento, Calif. – After suffering from a severe stroke, Johnnie McBride was transferred to Midtown Oaks Post-Acute for monitoring, supervision, and assistance with all his activities of daily living. Unfortunately, rather than providing McBride with the care he required, it’s alleged that the facility utterly ignored his needs, leading to his development of a urinary…

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