Karen Wibbeler-Nelson was the primary caregiver for her father-in-law, Andrew Nelson, who died at age 76 in August 2020. By all accounts, the conditions in the house they shared with Karen’s husband and Andrew’s son, Robert Nelson, a friend of theirs, their 16-year-old daughter, and 45 dogs and cats, were deplorable. Andrew died from sepsis resulting from bed sores. Adult protective services had investigated and closed its case four months before Andrew’s death after the house was cleaned of feces left by the animals.
The United States faces an elder care crisis in 10 years when the oldest Baby Boomers turn 85. The Build Back Better Act is first step towards a solution.
COVID has highlighted a crisis in caregiving for seniors in the US, and Biden proposal will help. Margolis & Bloom, Wellesley and Boston, MA, 02481.
Covid deaths in nursing homes highlights care issues; families can’t rely on Care Compare ratings system. Margolis & Bloom, Wellesley and Boston, MA, 02481
An analysis of balancing MassHealth and tax planning when protecting a highly-appreciated home. Margolis & Bloom, Wellesley and Boston, MA, 02481.
Why have seniors in MA long-term care facilities suffered so many deaths from the coronavirus pandemic? Margolis & Bloom, Wellesley and Boston, MA, 02481
Attorney Sarah Hartline of Margolis & Bloom, in Wellesley, MA, 781-705-6400, won an important case involving Masshealth coverage eligibility.