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What To Do If You Suspect Nursing Home Abuse

Nursing home abuse is an ongoing issue within long-term care facilities, and a recent article from the Los Angeles Times calls attention to this problem and why people should be concerned. There have been numerous accounts of reported abuse at nursing homes, but according to the article, this information has been kept from the public by… Read More


Spiros Law Celebrates Its 13th Anniversary

Spiros Law first opened its doors on April 4th, 2005 (then known as Spiros Wall), in Danville. Thirteen years later, we are proud to celebrate our anniversary and thank all of our valued clients, attorneys, and support staff, without whom this would not be possible. Attorneys James Spiros and Karen Wall (currently Judge Wall for Vermilion… Read More


Updated Story: Death of nursing home resident likely the result of “systemic issues” at Good Shepherd Manor

Following the death of a 69-year-old man who was a resident at Good Shepherd Manor nursing home in Moment, the Illinois Department of Public Health released a report citing “systemic issues” at the home. The report faults the elder care facility for the man’s death from heat stroke after being left in a facility van… Read More


Alleged violations lead to $50,000 fines for two Danville nursing homes

Danville Care Center and Gardenview Manor, two nursing homes in the Danville area, were both cited with Type AA violations and have each been fined $50,000 in connection to alleged violations that led to resident deaths. This information was released this week by the Illinois Department of Public Health in its first quarter nursing home… Read More


Illinois campaigns against elder abuse by wearing purple

The state of Illinois recently united to join the worldwide campaign against elder neglect and abuse, a June 16 article of WAND 17 reported. Elder abuse is considered an alarming issue in the state. On June 15, personnel at the Illinois Department of Aging wore purple to show solidarity and to campaign against any kind of elderly neglect… Read More