Nursing Home & Assisted Living Litigation

Common issues for plaintiffs and defendants

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    Nursing home, long-term care, and assisted living facility abuse and neglect lawsuits are on the rise. Federal and Massachusetts laws grant certain rights to nursing home residents. Vigorous litigation—for plaintiffs and the defendants—and sophisticated representation are required when litigating these cases.

    This program addresses the dichotomy between the perspectives of the plaintiffs and defendants, and offers practical advice for all practitioners. The panel discloses crucial and specific issues related to the Massachusetts experience in nursing home litigation thus far, and the issues that are unique to this hybrid medical negligence case.

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    David J. Hoey, Esq., Law Offices of David J. Hoey, PC, North Reading


    Richard T. Bromby, Esq., Law Office of David J. Hoey, PC, North Reading
    Stacy E. Drackwicz, Esq., Dunn & Dunn, Boston
    Christopher R. Lavoie, Esq., Dunn & Dunn, Boston
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    • $220.50 - MCLE Sponsor Member
    • $183.75 - New Lawyer
    • $183.75 - Pending Admittee
    • $183.75 - Law Student
    • $183.75 - Paralegal
    • $245.00 - All Others