Nursing Home Abuse Litigation - June 15

There is always a lot to unpack with nursing home litigation, but especially in light of care during the COVID pandemic. This program will not only examine the problems highlighted by COVID-19 and explain the process of litigating long-term care liability claims, but also provide insights into the role of the legal system in protecting the elderly.


Topics include:

• Procedural Obstacles

• Discovery Tips

• Eliciting useful testimony

• Expert Witness Depositions

• Addressing defenses arising from COVID-19

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FACULTY:

Ashley N. Hadler

Garau Germano, P.C., Indianapolis


Ashley Hadler focuses her law practice representing survivors and families affected by sexual abuse, nursing home abuse and medical malpractice. She handles cases throughout Indiana and Illinois. Ashley began her law practice in Chicago representing survivors of nursing home and hospital abuse against some of the largest hospitals and nursing home chains in the Midwest.


Ashley is the Vice-chair of the Young Lawyer’s Council of the National Crime Victim’s Bar Association. She is an active board member of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Association for Justice Sexual Assault and Nursing Home Litigation Groups. She is a volunteer guardian for the Indianapolis Center for At Risk Elders (CARE) and an active member of the Prevent Child Abuse Indiana Advisory Board.

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NURSING HOME ABUSE LITIGATION

3 CLE - Tuesday, June 15; 9:00 A.M. - 12:15 P.M.


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