I was born in Waterbury, Connecticut on October 5, 1943. I attended college at the... more
I was born in Waterbury, Connecticut on October 5, 1943. I attended college at the University of Connecticut, graduating with honors in 1966. From there, I decided to enroll in the Georgetown University Law Center and received my law degree in 1969. I have been practicing law for a very long time (over 40 years) and have handled thousands of cases. I am focused on getting results for all my cl... view profile
I was born in Akron, Ohio. I attended The Ohio State University, graduating in 2006... more
I was born in Akron, Ohio. I attended The Ohio State University, graduating in 2006 with a B.S., cum laude, in Neuroscience. I went on to law school at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and was fortunate to spend time abroad furthering my legal education at Oxford University in England. Prior to joining Slater & Zurz, LLP, I gained invaluable legal experience by working as a law... view profile
Nursing home abuse lawyers work with nursing home residents and their families. Nursing home residents depend on the nursing home staff to assist with their daily needs, as well as treat them for physical or medical conditions. Because residents are so vulnerable, abuse can take many forms. Staff can give residents too many drugs or the wrong ones, deprive them of heat or food, or simply pay insufficient attention to their needs. Nursing home abuse lawyers recognize when a resident has been mistreated, even if the resident isn't aware or able to communicate it. Nursing home abuse lawyers know which social service agencies to contact to report abuse, and can have a court-appointed guardian make decisions in the resident's best interests. If a nursing home resident's condition causes you concern, nursing home abuse lawyers can advise you on how to proceed.