Month: June 2009

A Message from Joey Hodgin

Yes, it’s true, I the Workers Compensation Lawyer, Joey Hodgin, am going to let employers in on a big secret that could have me looking for another practice area.  Are you ready for the stunning revelation?  Here it is:  Promote and protect the health of your employees;  It’s really that simple.   “Nothing is more important than …

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Recommended Book Regarding Early Onset Alzheimer's Disease

Nursing Home Attorney Anne Duvoisin highly recommends “Still Alice,” a must read for those who want to understand what Alzheimer’s disease and its progression is like for the patient suffering from the disease. “Still Alice” is a novel by Lisa Genova written from the perspective of a 50 year old world famous Harvard psychology professor who …

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Simple Dignity Denied Once Again

An unnamed certified nursing assistant at Tennessee’s Pigeon Forge Care and Rehabilitation Center took images of several unclothed residents at the nursing home. The photos and videos were found when a cell phone was left at a local restaurant, a report from the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) indicates. A restaurant worker turned on the …

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Shooting the Messenger

A Mannford, Oklahoma woman, Diana Harris, is suing Cimarron Pointe Care Center and one of its contractors for wrongful termination after she reported abuse and neglect of the nursing facility’s residents. In the lawsuit, Harris said she worked as a housekeeper at the facility for three months and was paid by Health Care Services Group, …

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