In this first installment of a series, I’ll show you how to sue your nursing home.
But first, I want to talk about why nursing homes are important and how to make a good one.
The most common complaint nursing homes receive is that their care is inadequate.
That’s not always true, and it’s a real problem.
A few years ago, the National Association of State Attorneys General published a report saying that nursing homes were among the most expensive places to live in the country.
Nursing homes in particular are underfunded.
While a nursing home is a state-run, nonprofit institution, it has to pay its employees more than $1 million per year in health care and other benefits.
That means that the average nursing home resident will pay a whopping $1,800 per month to live at a nursing facility.
Nursing home residents, especially those who are chronically ill or elderly, often live in a nursing complex with other residents.
The nursing home has to provide facilities for their needs, which can include intensive care, medical facilities, and a secure area.
A nursing home may also have to pay for equipment and supplies.
It also has to maintain and improve facilities to help patients get better.
These costs are often a large burden for nursing homes and, by extension, the nursing homes themselves.
When nursing homes have to raise these costs, they often end up with more residents and less income for the nursing home itself.
And because of the higher costs, nursing homes often are forced to lay off staff members and cut corners.
For the most part, the cost of maintaining a nursing unit is not covered by insurance.
Many nursing homes also have limited or no liability insurance.
For many, the loss of a resident or the loss or bankruptcy of a nursing family means that they are financially unable to pay the bills or provide basic services.
Many of these people lose their homes and family members as well, which in turn can cause financial stress.
The result: Many nursing home residents are left with little or no income and little hope of ever earning a living.
In many cases, they live in debt.
Many also have no other options.
This is not the only reason why nursing home care is so expensive.
In addition to the increased costs associated with the nursing care they receive, nursing home families are also required to pay a significant portion of their healthcare costs, which are often far beyond what a family would normally pay.
As a result, many nursing home facilities are not able to provide enough care to meet the needs of their residents.
These people often have to work long hours, sometimes even without pay, to stay healthy.
And when they can’t afford to provide care, they can end up without care and with the same health issues they experienced before they were admitted to a nursing care facility.
Some residents who are not receiving appropriate care also end up committing suicide.
When a resident’s health and mental health deteriorates, they are often left without a family and without any hope of getting well.
As long as the nursing facility continues to raise costs and cut services, nursing residents end up on the streets, unable to find work, and without hope of returning to their homes.
The number of nursing home deaths is on the rise According to the National Center for Health Statistics, there have been more than 14,500 nursing home hospitalizations in the U.S. in 2016, and the total number of people hospitalized in the state of Michigan has more than doubled in the past decade.
The increase in nursing home visits has increased by more than 300 percent in the last 20 years.
This increase in hospitalizations has also led to a growing population of people who are living at nursing homes.
This increases the risk for a number of health issues that are common in the community: heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.
The health and safety of nursing residents also suffers.
According to a study by the American College of Nursing, many residents have lost vital skills and are struggling to keep up with caregiving responsibilities.
Many residents have trouble managing complex tasks, such as taking care of patients and family.
Many resident have trouble reading and writing.
Nursing facilities are also not equipped to treat the conditions that are present in nursing homes, such in the elderly, the disabled, and those with chronic illnesses.
Many care providers also are not trained to care for the people who end up in nursing facilities.
Many staff are not equipped with the skills needed to care or supervise residents in the home, and many residents also do not have the proper support and supervision from the health care provider.
These problems are exacerbated by a lack of nursing professionals, particularly nurses.
While it’s possible to have a nursing assistant and a nurse practitioner in a home, most nursing home hospitals have very few or no nursing assistants.
Nursing staff in nursing houses typically do not take on any tasks other than assisting residents in their care.
Nursing assistants often do not provide the type of supervision that residents need, such caregiving that helps residents to get better and reduce symptoms.
Many nurses also do little or