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Lawsuit Filed: Elderly Woman Develops Pressure Sore Requiring Surgery Due to Negligence at Gardena Nursing Facility

Gardena, Calif. — Geneva Ingram, an 80-year-old woman with dementia and insulin-dependent diabetes, was admitted to Gardena Convalescent Center for rehabilitation following treatment at Martin Luther King Hospital for a torn ligament from a fall at home. Ingram’s significant conditions and limitations left her bedridden and increasingly sedentary in nature, and as a result, she…

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Lawsuit Filed: Dependent Adult Woman Suffers Fall & Severe Injuries Due to Negligence at Atascadero Senior Care Facility

Atascadero, Calif. – Mary Kravchenko, a dependent adult, was admitted to Danish Care Center because she suffered from significant medical conditions, including Parkinson’s disease, dementia, a history of strokes, partial blindness, and as a result, was unable to perform activities of daily living and required special care and supervision to address her high risk for…

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Lawsuit Filed: Elderly Woman Wrongfully Discharged from Nursing Center and Dumped in Homeless Shelter

Panorama City, Calif. — Carole Bondi, a 77-year-old woman with significant physical and cognitive impairments, was admitted to Panorama Meadows Nursing Center for rehabilitation and continued care and monitoring, following hospitalization for a stroke and brain bleed. Approximately two weeks later, Bondi was allegedly wrongfully discharged from the facility to an unsafe and uninhabitable shelter…

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Bill Artigliere Presents at California Association of Long-Term Care Medicine Conference

Bill Artigliere is participating on the panel “Elder Abuse Case Discussion 1: Pressure Ulcer/Malnutrition” at the California Association of Long-Term Care Medicine’s (CALTCM) 44th Annual Meeting, on May 17-19 at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel. CALTCM is the leading professional organization for doctors, nurses, pharmacists, administrators and other medical professionals who care for patients in…

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Partners Bill Artigliere and David Medby Speak at USC Senior Living Executive Course

Bill Artigliere and David Medby have been invited to speak on the panel “Issues of Risk Management” at the University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology’s Annual Senior Living Executive Course on February 9. The Senior Living Executive Course, hosted in partnership with the USC Marshall School of Business, provides aging services professionals…

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Lawsuit Filed: Dependent Adult Man Undergoes Leg Amputation Due to Negligence at Redlands Rehabilitation Center

Redlands, Calif. — Naser Parsa, a dependent adult, was admitted to Asistencia Villa Rehabilitation and Care Center for rehabilitation therapy in June 2015 after undergoing a pacemaker placement operation, and to address significant medical conditions which rendered him particularly susceptible to the development of pressure sores and infections. Unfortunately, Asistencia did not provide this required…

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