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Part 1: Residents’ Rights Month

The 1987 Nursing Home Reform Law is a federal law requiring nursing homes to “promote and protect the rights of each resident” in support of individual dignity and self-determination. Unfortunately, the law is often violated without repercussion because most seniors (and their family members) are not aware of the legal protections that support an individuals’ rights when residing in a nursing home facility. The month of October has been recognized as a time to address these needs and protections. To show support, the nursing home abuse and neglect attorneys at Levin & Perconti would like to review the first four residents’ legal rights outlined within the 1987 Nursing Home Reform Law in Part 1 of this Residents’ Rights Month blog series.

Four Nursing Home Rights You Need to Know

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Nominate Levin & Perconti’s Nursing Home Abuse Blog

Levin & Perconti appreciates all of the blog readers who take the time each week to visit our legal team online and review and share posts. While we do house seven different blogs, the Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect blog entries are some of the most visited and helpful for families and caretakers of nursing home residents (as well as nursing home staff) in Illinois and across the country. We often hear from clients and community partners how an educational post or newsworthy information about long-term care settings have helped many victims navigate through a confusing system of legalities while we share stories of successful litigation journeys for our nursing home abuse and neglect clients.

Because of this feedback, Levin & Perconti is thrilled to announce a call for nominations to the Expert Institute’s Best Legal Blog Contest. The annual contest coordinates a review of legal blogs on every topic generated by reader nominations. Some of the most popular issues we write about include: