Burnsville Elder Abuse and Neglect Attorney Kenneth LaBore Burnsville Elder Abuse Attorney Kenneth L. LaBore is experienced in handling complex medical malpractice cases including nursing home neglect and abuse cases. Mr. LaBore has held elder care facilities across the state accountable
Federal regulation 42 CFR §483.25 (h) establishes a duty for the nursing home to that the resident receives adequate supervision and assistive devices to prevent accidents, including third degree burns.
42 CFR §483.25 (h) Accidents. The facility must ensure that—
(1) The resident environment remains as free of accident hazards [including third degree burns] as is possible; and
(2) Each resident receives adequate supervision and assistance devices to prevent accidents.
In a report from the MDH, Heritage of Edina was cited with neglect. The alleged perpetrator (AP) was responsible for maltreatment. The baseboard heat radiator in the client’s room became excessively hot and burned the client on her left arm,
MDH Cites St John’s Lutheran Home after Resident Suffers 2nd Degree Burn In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health it is alleged that a resident at St john’s Lutheran Home in Albert Lea was neglected when the facility
MDH Cites Talahi Nursing and Rehab in St. Cloud after 2nd Degree Burns from Hot Coffee to Resident In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health it is alleged that a client at Talahi Nursing and Rehab was neglected
Brooklyn Center Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Brooklyn Center Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers. Attorneys Kenneth LaBore, Esq. and Suzanne Scheller, Esq. have separate firms but work together on many serious injury elder abuse and neglect and wrongful death cases splitting the contingent
Scalding Injury There are many ways that nursing home residents suffer injury in a bathroom and shower, few are as preventable as scalding injuries due to hot water in the shower or bath. Nursing homes are mandated to assess resident
Bigfork Valley Communities Complaint Findings for Neglect – Oxygen Burns In a report concluded on February 4, 2015, the Minnesota Department of Health cites Bigfork Valley Communities for neglect of health care. Based on a preponderance of evidence, neglect occurred when the facility staff