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Nursing Home Admission Contracts

Undermining Rights the Old-Fashioned Way

By Charles P. Sabatino

The most common problems with nursing home admission contracts include poor form and readability, unclear references to services and costs, problems with financial responsibility, liability waivers for personal injury or property damage. restrictions on personal rights and freedoms, and problems with transfer and discharge rights.

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