If you or a loved one is subjected to physical, psychological, or emotional abuse by nursing home personnel, you can take action to protect your legal rights. The nursing home may offer to compensate you in return for not reporting the abuse to authorities and ask you to sign a release form in an attempt to prevent you from suing.
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