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Can I Sue if a Pharmacy Gives Me the Wrong Drug? | Barasch McGarry Salzman & Penson PC – JDSupra

December 14, 2012


Medical malpractice law applies to all health care providers, including pharmacies. Individuals who suffer injury due to medication errors made by doctors or pharmacies may have grounds to file a lawsuit, typically based on whether a provider failed to exercise a reasonable standard of care. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, adverse […]

Preventing Elder Abuse of Someone You Love – They helped you, now they need your help.

June 18, 2012


Older individuals can be especially vulnerable to financial abuse or exploitation at the hands of others. Individuals with physical or cognitive impairments are at even greater risk. The source of mistreatment may be a stranger or someone an individual trusts — even a family member. As a caregiver, it is important that you are alert to […]

We Are Not Prepared for Long-Term Care « Caring for Our Parents

May 30, 2012


This is an excellent article but before I leave you to Howard let me state that I agree with him but this must be part of a larger discussion that we all need to have with our families.  We also need to plan how to take care of our own long term care taking into […]

State of Texas Legal Planning: Questions and Answers

May 27, 2012


The State of Texas posts this information in relation to Alzheimer’s Disease but I post it for your use as you see fit.  I do recommend using an attorney that understands the issues that are particular to you and links are posted below. via Legal Planning: Questions and Answers. Legal Planning: Questions and Answers Why is advance planning […]