Allegations against facility include greed and inadequate care

By | Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect

The family of an 82-year-old woman whose bedsores contributed to her death is suing the assisted-living home in which she lived. The family has charged the company that owns and operates numerous facilities with elderly abuse and wrongful death. People in Tennessee and others throughout the U.S. should be aware of the reality of nursing home neglect so that they may advocate for loved ones living in the facilities. The woman, who developed Alzheimer’s disease in her last years, was a former teacher as well as a wife and mother. Because of the Alzheimer’s, her family moved her to an…

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Memphis Toddler Killed After Driver Suffers Seizure

By | Motor Vehicle Accidents

A tragic accident in Memphis last month claimed the life of a 3-year-old girl and left her sister, mother and grandmother with serious injuries. The fatal car accident occurred after a driver suffered a seizure and crashed into a group of people who were standing outside a funeral home. According to police reports, the driver had suffered from infrequent seizures over the last 20 years. She had just finished a shift as a waitress at a local café when she started to not feel well. On her way home, she had a seizure and lost control of her car. The…

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Pee Wee Wisdom Bus Accident Fatally Injures 6-Year Old Memphis Boy

By | Motor Vehicle Accidents

First-grader Anthony Scott was involved in a fatal bus accident on Monday in the parking lot of his Memphis Community school, Oakshire Elementary. He was struck by a day care bus from Pee Wee Wisdom Child Care Center just shortly after school was dismissed for the day. The Memphis bus accident was the most recent in a line of legal problems that have plagued the Pee Wee Wisdom Child Care Centers. In 1999, a 2-year-old boy died in a Pee Wee vehicle when he was left inside in scorching temperatures. A former Pee Wee operator was criminally convicted for embezzling…

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