St Cloud Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Attorney
St Cloud nursing home abuse and neglect Attorney Kenneth LaBore has experience handling hundreds of cases of elder abuse, neglect and wrongful death. As our Minnesota population ages, nursing home neglect and abuse is becoming a serious problem in Minneapolis / St. Paul, but also, in St Cloud and the surrounding areas. As a caring society, we should not tolerate mistreatment of the elderly in facilities that are designed to care for them.
If you or your parent has experienced medication errors, bed sores, fractures, fall injuries, malnutrition, dehydration, physical or Sexual Abuse, or other neglect practice areas in a St. Cloud area nursing home facility, call Attorney Kenneth L. LaBore for a free initial consultation for all victims for nursing home neglect or abuse.
St Cloud Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Attorney Kenneth L. LaBore handles only a small number of nursing home neglect cases at any one time and devote whatever resources are needed to help his clients holding negligent nursing homes accountable and ensure they receive maximum compensation for their injuries. Full personal attention to is given every client. Each inquiry is treated with care and every phone call is returned promptly.
If we commit to represent you or your family with your nursing home neglect case, we will set out to prove it by thorough investigation, use of well qualified and experienced experts and when necessary litigation.
Mr. LaBore handles all nursing home abuse and neglect cases on a contingency fee basis. You pay nothing for our legal services unless there is a recovery for you.
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury from neglect or abuse from dehyration in a nursing home or other care facility that serves the elderly throughout the state of Minnesota please contact our firm for a free consultation and information regarding the obligations of the facility and your rights as a resident or concerned family member.
The state of Minnesota has several resources for residents and providers, including resident bill of rights for nursing homes, bill of rights for hospice, information for assisted living facilities and supervised living facilities.
If you are interested in viewing facility and provider complaint and survey findings they are available on the MDH website. You can also use the MDH website to verify a facility license or professional credentials. There is also a link to check the Nursing Assistant Registry.
The MDH website also includes information that is meant for providers but is very helpful for caregivers and residents as well. There are nursing home training videos, nursing assistant training information, and information on the Case Mix Review, and federal nursing home regulation resources.
If you are looking for a nursing home facility or elder care provider the MDH offers information on how to find a facility. The website allows you to look for a provider based on the type of care or facility needed and by city, county and provider name.