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The AARP Foundation Litigation unit is intensifying its stance against nursing home corporations, emphasizing staffing challenges and the pursuit of legal actions in various states. The legal strategies center on forcing nursing home companies to transform their practices, specifically in ensuring adequate staffing. Highlighted in recent cases in Illinois, Tennessee, and West Virginia, the focus is on addressing understaffing practices at the corporate level and the misleading portrayal of care expectations for residents and their families.
The AARP Foundation aims to shed light on the staffing concerns within these facilities, advocating for the well-being of residents and their families. These actions may bring attention to critical issues that need reform in the nursing home industry to ensure better care for residents.
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Martin J. Solomon is a principal at Solomon & Relihan PC and has been licensed to practice law in Arizona since 1970. He practices exclusively in the area of personal injury litigation, with an emphasis on nursing home abuse and neglect. Martin is a graduate of the University of Arizona College of Law, a past president of the Arizona Trial Lawyers Association, and has served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Arizona Center for Disability Law and the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest. He is a member of the Nursing Home Litigation Group in the American Association for Justice (formerly the American Trial Lawyers Association), the National Citizens’ Coalition for Nursing Home Reform and the Maricopa Elder Abuse Prevent Prevention Alliance.