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Nursing Home Lawsuits
The world’s top doctors warned that the elderly and those with compromised immune systems were at-risk of dying from COVID-19 (coronavirus). Despite knowing this information, the Virus still found its way into nursing homes and senior care centers, leaving families with many questions:
- How did coronavirus get into a nursing home?
- Shouldn’t precautions have been taken to stop the spread of coronavirus?
- What can I do if my mother/father died in a senior care center?
It is illegal for businesses to compel non-essential workers to come into the office, and it is also illegal for them to retaliate against workers who try to obey the law.
Essential workers also have protections during the COVID-19 pandemic, as these individuals face higher risks of contracting the coronavirus.
If any of the following situations apply to you, you may have grounds to take legal action:
- Disciplined, threatened, or fired for refusing to work without social distancing measures or PPE.
- You have been terminated after advocating for better working conditions or reporting violations of OSHA and state guidelines.
- You were fired for failing to appear at a non-essential business after a shelter-in-place order.
- You were denied emergency sick leave or time off work for COVID-19 concerns, or to care for a family member who has the virus.
As COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the United States, many businesses are facing temporary and permanent closures as the result of “stay at home” and “shelter in place” mandates.
On March 19, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered that businesses marked as “non-essential” close their doors for business indefinitely. While it was a necessary measure to protect public health, many California businesses are now suffering serious losses and painful economic burdens.
Now, non-essential business owners who have purchased business interruption insurance should be protected by the companies that issue these policies.
Unfortunately, many owners have reported that insurance providers are issuing blanket denials for COVID-19 loss of business income claims, blocking them from vital funds and resources.
The Law of Office of Thomas P. Hogan, is committed to holding insurance providers accountable for unfair denials – and helping your business survive during this extraordinary crisis.
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The decision to file Bankruptcy can be a tough one- that is why it is so crucial to seek professional guidance regarding your specific situation to see if your financial situation can be improved by a bankruptcy filing.
When a person passes away, his or her estate must be gathered and managed, including but not limited to: paying any debts of the deceased, collecting the assets of the estate, and handing out any remaining assets.
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During difficult times, emotions become intense, and this is why we offer assistance. Mindful that mistakes and misunderstandings happen, Charles Stoner focuses on handling your criminal matter efficiently and delicately.