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Nursing Home Abuse: A family offers advice


Link to video: News report


The family of Eryetha Mayberry has advice for other families with loved ones in nursing homes. The family secretly video taped loved their ones care and it led to the trial of the woman who assaulted and abused a 96-year-old woman.

Always check the health of your loved one on every visit. Bruises, any sores, and bedsores can be a sign of neglect or abuse. There are laws in place to protect the elderly. If you think you or a family member may be a victim we are here to help. You can email me directly or visit our firm’s website for more information.

Brian A. Raphan

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