Are you enrolled in your insurance company’s good driver discount program? If so, are you aware that your driving data is being tracked?
PKSD discusses what data your insurance company may be tracking and how that data is commonly used. More importantly,… Read More
Nursing home residents have been hardest hit by the coronavirus. As the year begins to wind down, it is important to look at some of the key issues that continue to plague these vulnerable patients.
If your loved one has been injured or negatively affected… Read More
What happens if you are involved in a car crash in Wisconsin that was caused by a negligent or reckless driver? Who will cover your medical costs while you pursue compensation for your injuries and other losses?
The attorneys at PKSD law discuss some… Read More
Posted by PKSD Law Firm on Oct 12, 2020 in Firm News
Across the U.S., Americans are experiencing devastating losses caused by numerous weather and other environmental disasters, causing property damage, personal injuries and loss of life. From wildfires in the Midwest that are destroying millions of acres… Read More
Many nursing home residents are either confined to a wheelchair or need to use one almost all the time. By using a wheelchair, these residents should be able to avoid falling and the severe, potentially life-threatening injuries that may result from falling.
Unfortunately,… Read More
October has been designated Residents’ Rights Month by the National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care. This annual event recognizes all residents in long-term care facilities and celebrates awareness of dignity, respect and the value of each individual… Read More
Car accidents are bad enough when they happen in the city or county where you live. But what happens if you travel out of state and get into a crash? How do you pursue compensation? How is this different from claims involving in-state crashes?
You may… Read More
As COVID-19 started to spread across nursing homes nationwide, the Trump administration intentionally downplayed the deadly threat of the virus. Despite early warning signs and reports of deaths and severe illness among nursing home residents and staff,… Read More
While there have been numerous deaths directly related to the coronavirus, studies are showing that many others are also dying from being quarantined in isolation.
Since the onset of COVID-19 in March, the number of deaths from Alzheimer's and Dementia… Read More
Nursing homes have long been under fire for incidents involving abuse or neglect of long-term care residents who must rely on others for their daily care and well-being.
What are some of the signs that may specifically indicate nursing home neglect?… Read More