After the Department of Health investigated The Gardens at Blue Ridge here in Harrisburg, surveyors reported it did not comply with Federal Regulations.
The facility did not:
Protect its residents from accidents when a nurse assistant brought food into… Read More
Posted On behalf of Schmidt Kramer on Aug 16, 2019 in News
Schmidt Kramer’s company volleyball team once again took part in the Dauphin County Bar Association summer league. This year they made it all the way to the semifinals.
The team is pictured on the left and includes several members of our legal team,… Read More
Each personal injury claim is unique, and the amount of time it takes from beginning to end depends on many factors. However, there are certain issues that can cause claims to take longer to resolve.
In a free consultation, an experienced Harrisburg… Read More
Posted On behalf of Schmidt Kramer on Aug 07, 2019 in News
On Monday, August 5th, Schmidt Kramer hosted the Annual UCP/SchmidtKramer Golf Tournament at the Carlisle Country Club in Carlisle, PA. This year marks the 33rd anniversary of the event, which the firm has hosted since its inception.
The event was hosted… Read More
Posted On behalf of Schmidt Kramer on Jul 31, 2019 in Car Accidents
We have all heard about the epidemic of distracted driving and how it is leading to injuries and deaths. If you were a victim of this type of crash, you may be able to pursue compensation. The problem is it can be very complicated to build a case against… Read More
Posted On behalf of Schmidt Kramer on Jul 24, 2019 in Car Accidents
People who have certain kinds of jobs, such as ticket salespeople, fitness club managers and production crew members, are more likely to have had traffic tickets or been in car accidents, according to a new Insurify Insights study of 1.6 million car insurance… Read More
People with certain disabilities will receive Social Security Disability benefits for the rest of their lives, particularly those with a disability that will result in their death. However, everyone’s situation is different, and benefits could stop for… Read More
After the Department of Health investigated The Gardens at Scranton, surveyors reported it did not comply with Federal Regulations when failing to: ensure consistent resident accessibility to the nurse call bell system to request assistance from staff… Read More
Families for Better Care, which works to create awareness about conditions in our nation’s nursing homes, recently released a report grading the quality of nursing home care in each state and Pennsylvania received an F.
In fact, 16 of Pennsylvania’s… Read More