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Is your loved one experiencing abuse in a nursing home?

When South Carolina families place their loved ones in nursing homes, it is with the expectation that they will receive reasonable care that meets acceptable standards. However, nursing homes sometimes fail to meet appropriate standards, and as a result, innocent patients can suffer.

If you believe your loved one is experiencing mistreatment at his or her nursing home, you have the right to take action on his or her behalf. There is no excuse for the mistreatment of individuals who live in nursing homes, and it is possible for you to hold a facility accountable for inappropriate actions through a civil claim against liable parties.

10 MOST COMMON Car Accident Injuries

Car accidents can cause a variety of serious personal injuries and death. Most people hurt in a car crash suffer impact injuries, from slamming into a part of the vehicle upon colliding with another vehicle or object or by being hit by unsecured cargo that becomes airborne in a crash.Other common car accident injuries are cuts and tear injuries from broken glass and torn metal. In a rollover accident, a car's occupant can be tossed around and injured from all directions or can even be ejected from the vehicle.

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