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Senior abuse is a crime. It involves the wrongful taking or misappropriation of money or property, whether through misrepresentation, fraud, scams, predatory caretakers, family, or others. An estimated $2.9 billion is stolen annually from seniors. You can learn to protect yourself and those you love. The Senior Abuse Network is an organization dedicated to helping individuals recover damages for the abuse encountered!

Our network of professionals and attorneys are available to assist you reclaim your rights.

If you or a loved one relied on a Senior Care Referral Agency to select an Assisted Living Facility or Home you may be entitled to compensation.

  • Did the Referral Agency provide you false or misleading information?

  • Did the Referral Agency omit information that may have influenced your decision?

  • Did you suffer financial, emotional or physical harm?

  • Claim that they thoroughly inspect, screen or vet facilities/homes?

  • Assert that they routinely monitor or evaluate facilities/homes?

  • Insinuate that they are accomplished in assisted living care and compliance?

  • Infer that their training or license (RN, LPN, MSW, etc.) qualifies them to counsel?

  • Fail to notify you that they receive kick-backs for referrals?

  • Neglect to mention that their commissions coincide with your costs, in other words, as your costs increase so do their commissions? 

  • Neglect to inform you of State or Federal programs that may have reduced your costs?  

  • Suggest that they were advocates or surrogates on your behalf?

  • Fail to notify you that they are agents or proxies for facilities/homes?

  • Disclose financial information about you that may have resulted in you paying more?

  • Conceal that facilities/homes often increase costs to offset their fees to Referral Agents? 

  • Imply that the list of facilities/homes provided to you were comprehensive in nature?

  • Omit informing you of facilities/homes that do not pay Referral Agents commissions?

  • Fail to provide you with their facilities/homes fee agreement?

  • Refer you to facilities/homes with documented histories of substandard care?

  • Misrepresent services available at the facilities/homes they recommended?

  • Indicate that that they are licensed, bonded or insured?

  • Compensate others for referring you to them?

 

Anti-kickback statute prohibits the purposeful payment of anything of value (i.e., remuneration) in order to induce or reward referrals of federal health care program business, including Medicare and Medicaid business.  Violators are subject to possible imprisonment and criminal fines. Any person or entity in a position to generate federal health care program business for a supplier, directly or indirectly, is a potential referral source. Potential referral sources include, but are not limited to hospitals, nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, home health agencies, physician offices, staff of any of the foregoing entities, and patients.

DID THE REFERRAL AGENCY or AGENT:

SIGNS OF ABUSE

THERE IS HOPE

 OUR NETWORK OF PROFESSIONALS AND ATTORNEYS ARE AVAILABLE TO ASSIST YOU RECLAIM WHAT YOU HAVE LOST.

IN MOST CASES FILING A LAW SUIT OR GOING TO COURT CAN BE AVOIDED.

To see if you qualify for compensation give us a call or complete the form below.

 

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