AAA is anticipating that more than 38 million Americans will travel this Memorial Day weekend, which is recognized as Thursday, May 26 to Monday, May 30. This year would mark the second greatest number of travelers on record and the most since 2005.
Thanks… Read More
A resident of the Golden Living nursing home in Hopkins, MN, died after going without blood-thinning medication for nine days.
The resident had been living at Golden Living for multiple weeks. With a history of atrial fibrillation and stroke, the patient… Read More
Accusations of patient dumping are growing across the U.S. Climbing 57 percent since 2000, a total of 11,331 associated complaints were received by long-term care ombudsmen in 2014 alone.
Patients are being discharged by some nursing homes when their… Read More
Two New Mexico nursing homes are under fire from two families and a whistleblower who have alleged abuse and neglect through a lawsuit against the companies.
In December 2014, New Mexico Attorney General Gary King filed suit against Preferred Care Inc.… Read More
An investigation has been launched into a Pinellas Park, Florida, nursing home after a wheelchair-bound resident died from injuries sustained after being left in the sun for several hours as temperatures soared above 90 degrees.
The GraceWood Rehabilitation… Read More
A relatively unknown danger could be putting your child in danger: seatback failure. One hundred incidents across the country have been discovered where children in the back seat were killed in crashes in which the vehicle's front seats broke and struck… Read More
Germantown High School students recently participated in a powerful drunk driving education simulation, hoping to effectively demonstrate the dangers of driving while under the influence.
The Every 15 Minutes campaign aims to educate students of the… Read More
According to a recent report, Wisconsin ranks fourth in the country as one of the most dangerous states for drunk driving. North Dakota ranked first, followed by Montana, Idaho, Wisconsin, South Carolina and South Dakota.
The study, conducted by CarInsuranceComparison.com,… Read More
Two additional deaths have been attributed to injuries caused by defective Takata airbags. These new deaths bring the total number of U.S. fatalities caused by the now-recalled faulty airbags up to 11.
On March 31st, a Texas teenager driving a 2002 Honda… Read More
Posted by PKSD Law Firm on Apr 21, 2016 in Firm News
PKSD is honored to have an article written by Jeffrey Pitman, Michael Cerjack and William Gleisner III featured in Wisconsin Lawyer, the official publication of the State Bar of Wisconsin.
The article argued against the use of arbitration agreements… Read More