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Nathan Hughey of Hughey Law Firm has launched an updated Nursing Home Abuse website. Check it out by clicking photo.  

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South Carolina wrongful death attorney Nathan Hughey has a pending wrongful death claim against SC Mentor arising out of an autistic male eloping from the facility in his underwear and a shirt, which has also been featured in the news. http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20140731/PC16/140739862If anyone has any evidence or information related to SC Mentor, please contact Hughey Law […]

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Nathan Hughey Hughey Law Firm Daniel Nathan Hughey handles wrongful death claims including pedestrian fatalities. From Live 5 News: A new national report ranks South Carolina as one of the most dangerous in the nation for pedestrians. “We looked at the number of people that commute to work by walking and when we took that […]

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Hughey Law Firm attorney Daniel Nathan Hughey handles VA malpractice claims, and federal tort claims act claims.  We have successfully handled VA #wrongfuldeath claims. From ProPublica. The scandal surrounding long wait times within the Veterans Affairs’ health care system has garnered national attention as VA secretary Eric Shinseki resigned amidst growing opposition to his leadership. To help […]

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VA Lawsuits

Daniel Nathan Hughey Hughey Law Firm Gov. Rick Scott to sue feds for ‘stonewalling’ state health inspectors from VA hospitals BY WILLIAM R. LEVESQUE | Tampa Bay Times Wed, 28 May 2014 19:50 EDT Florida will sue the Department of Veterans Affairs because the agency is “stonewalling” state health care inspectors who have been denied […]

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Daniel Nathan Hughey, Mt. Pleasant SC attorney, at Hughey Law Firm, handles VA malpractice claims. WASHINGTON — An investigation of wait times for medical care at Veterans Affairs facilities has found “inappropriate scheduling practices are systemic” through the VA and “instances of manipulation of VA data that distort the legitimacy of reported waiting times,” prompting […]

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