The Nursing Home Complaint Center Wants To Team Up With Personal Injury Law Firms To Stop Nursing Home Abuse & Medicare Fraud

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The Nursing Home Abuse Center intends to go after nursing homes, that abuse their patients, and wants to assist law firms that also have an interest in Medicare-Medicaid fraud, Class actions, and employee wage and hour issues. According to the group, "we want to align ourselves with larger personal injury law firms in specific cities, where we know nursing home abuse, Medicare or Medicaid fraud, and employee wage, and hour issues are wide spread, to stop these types of practices.." Personal Injury Law Firms, class action law firms, or employment law firms that might have an interest in this are welcome to call the group at 866-714-6466, or visit their web site at Http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com.

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This is all about protecting our elderly, the taxpayer, and the employee, all at the same time.

The Nursing Home Complaint Center has been created to be the premier advocacy group in the nation, for senior citizens suffering wrongful death, abuse and neglect. At the same time the Nursing Home Complaint Center will focus on Medicare-Medicaid fraud, class actions, and wage and hour investigations in most major US cities. The Nursing Home Complaint Center wants to team up with law firms in each US state, that have a personal injury practice, with a focus on elder abuse, class actions, and/or employee wage and hour issues. This is a year-long project, and there will be a modest fee involved, for listing the participating law firms on the site. For more information, interested law firms can call Americas Watchdog's Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.com.

So what types of issues is the group looking for? Americas Watchdog says, "once our legal team is in place, the Nursing Home Complaint Center will focus weekly press releases on elder abuse, Medicare or Medicaid fraud, Class Actions, or Wage and Hour investigations." As follows:

  • Nursing home neglect that involves wrongful death
  • Nursing homes not providing patients with minimum time per day.
  • Nursing homes over billing Medicare for testing that was never done.
  • Nursing homes not changing patients. (the patient then gets septic infections and then they often die)
  • Nursing-homes, or elder care firms that, instead of sending an actual nurse, or LPN, send a undocumented worker to spend the day with the patient.
  • Nursing homes not paying overtime to their employees, or abiding by FLSA.
  • Possible class issues related to standard of care, drug costs, testing schemes, etc.

The group says, "This is all about protecting our elderly, the taxpayer, and the employee, all at the same time."

According to the Nursing Home Complaint Center, "These are but a few of the issues that we intend to go after, and expose. The great thing for the personal injury law firm, class action firm, or wage and hour firm, is we have experience doing every aspect of the investigation, we know exactly what we are looking for, and we have a great plan that should produce dramatic results for everyone involved."

According to the Nursing Home Complaint Center, "The ideal medium, to large law firm would specialize in, personal injury, with a practice emphasis on wrongful death, nursing home abuse, class action type issues, and/or wage and hour issues, etc. These types of lawyers will know exactly what we are talking about, they will understand the scope of the problem, and if they are in one of our target markets/states, they will understand exactly why we intend to have an insider campaign as part of this initiative." These type of law firms are welcome to call Americas Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at Http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.com.

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is all about protecting our nation's elderly, our nation's taxpayers, and our nation's health care employees. Http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.com.

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