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Chappy’s Golden Shores Cited Neglect Resident Beat to Death also others with Bed Sores, Sexual Assault, Physical Abuse, Medication Errors

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 26th January 2019 | Category: Bed Sores and Pressure Ulcers, Elder Physical Abuse, Sexual Abuse | RSS Feed
Shame on Chappy’s Golden Shores in Hill City after MDH Cites Facility for Physical Abuse and Sexual Abuse of Residents

In a report from the MDH concerning Chappy’s Golden Shores in Hill City cited a resident was physically assaulted by staff members. Abuse was substantiated. The facility and AP1 and AP2 were responsible for the maltreatment. The client was abused when AP1 struck the client in the head and face while AP2 held the client down. AP3 stood by and watched the abuse, and did not report the abuse or intervene to stop it. Despite AP3’s failure to report or intervene, AP3 was not found responsible for the maltreatment. Several weeks after the abuse, the client was hospitalized for a brain bleed. He died to complications several weeks later.

Resident at Moorhead ReChappy's Golden Shores in Hill City Cited After Resident Developed Pressure Sores
Chappy’s Golden Shores in Hill City Cited After Resident Developed Pressure Sores

MDH Cites Chappy’s Golden Shores after Client Develops Pressure Sores

In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health it is alleged that a client at Chappy’s Golden Shores was neglected and the facility was responsible for the maltreatment. The facility did not provide the necessary care to reduce the risk and treat the client’s pressure ulcers. The lack of care and response to the client’s change of condition lead to an increase in the size of the wound on the client’s coccyx and caused increased pain and suffering for the client. The lack of early intervention contributed to the client’s death.

Chappy’s Golden Shores has Many Citations for Neglect and Abuse

The many citations from the Minnesota Department of Health include: pressure sores, emotional abuse, emotional abuse and neglect of supervision, medication errors, physical abuse, physical abuse, restraints, exploitation by facility staff, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, unexplained injury and patient rights.

Neglect was substantiated. The facility cited with sexual abuse when alleged perpetrators AP1 and AP2, engaged in sexual relations with the client. The facility chose not to intervene or report the allegations.

For a Free Consultation with an experienced elder abuse and neglect attorney call Kenneth LaBore at 612-743-9048.

A common form of neglect in elder care facilities involves medication management and administration. Most forms of elder abuse are preventable with proper care and supervision.

Report Suspected Elder Abuse

Click Here For Link To Report Abuse To Adult Protection
Click Here For Link To Report Abuse To Adult Protection

If you have concerns about care provided to a resident in a nursing home, assisted living or any other type of elder care provider contact Attorney Kenneth LaBore for a Free Consultation to discuss your legal rights and options.

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Crest View Lutheran Cited after Resident Altercation and Failure to Assess a Client’s Change in Condition

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 20th January 2019 | Category: Elder Physical Abuse, Failure to Resond to Change in Condition | RSS Feed
Resident to Resident Physical Abuse at Crest View Lutheran - MDH Substantiated Neglect
Resident to Resident Physical Abuse and a Failure to Assess a Resident’s Change in Condition at Crest View Lutheran – MDH Substantiated Neglect

MDH Cites Crest View Lutheran Resident on Resident Abuse

In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health it is alleged that two clients at Crest View Lutheran when a staff failed to provide adequate supervision resulting in Resident #1 striking Resident #2 in the face. Resident #2 sustained a broken nose.

Failure to Supervise Residents at Crest View Lutheran Leads to MDH Substantiated Neglect Complaint

Neglect was substantiated when Resident #1, known for past aggressive behaviors towards residents, struck Resident #2 and Resident #2 sustained a broken nose.

Crest View Home Care Cited with Neglect after Failing to Assess a Client’s Change in Condition

In a MDH report neglect is substantiated. The client, who was diabetic, had slurred speech and increased confusion. When notified of the charges, the AP did not conduct a face-to-face assessment, take vital signs, or check the client’s blood sugar. The client went to the hospital.

For a Free Consultation with an experienced elder abuse and neglect attorney call Kenneth LaBore at 612-743-9048.

A common form of neglect in elder care facilities involves a lack of supervision and monitoring of the residents. A lack of supervision can lead to physical abuse and other injuries. Most forms of elder abuse are preventable with proper care and supervision.

Report Suspected Elder Abuse

Click Here For Link To Report Abuse To Adult Protection
Click Here For Link To Report Abuse To Adult Protection

If you have concerns about care provided to a resident in a nursing home, assisted living or any other type of elder care provider contact Attorney Kenneth LaBore for a Free Consultation to discuss your legal rights and options.

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Golden Touch Health Care Cited with Neglect after Altercation Between Clients

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 19th January 2019 | Category: Uncategorized | RSS Feed
Lack of Supervision – MDH Findings of Neglect after Resident on Resident Assault

MDH Cites Golden Touch Health Care Cited for Lack of Supervision – Assault

In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health it is alleged that a client at Golden Touch Health Care was neglected when staff failed to provide adequate supervision, resulting in Client #1 assaulting Client #2.

Failure to Provide Proper Supervision Leads to MDH Finding of Neglect at Golden Touch Health Care

Neglect was substantiated. The home care provider failed to assess the escalating behaviors of Client #1 and Client #2 and failed to implement new or existing interventions according to their behavioral plans. Subsequently, Client #1’s behaviors plans. Subsequently, Client #1’s behaviors escalated, and he punched Client #2.

For a Free Consultation with an experienced elder abuse and neglect attorney call Kenneth LaBore at 612-743-9048.

A common form of neglect in elder care facilities involves injuries from a lack of supervision including altercations and physical abuse from other residents. Most forms of elder abuse are preventable with proper care and supervision.

Report Suspected Elder Abuse

Click Here For Link To Report Abuse To Adult Protection
Click Here For Link To Report Abuse To Adult Protection

If you have concerns about care provided to a resident in a nursing home, assisted living or any other type of elder care provider contact Attorney Kenneth LaBore for a Free Consultation to discuss your legal rights and options.

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Laura Baker Services Northfield Abuse Substantiated

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 26th November 2018 | Category: Elder Physical Abuse, Failure to Resond to Change in Condition, Inadequate Staffing/Training | RSS Feed

Update: Additional neglect regarding nursing care and patient rights, and neglect lack of training.

Substantiated Neglect Against Laura Baker Services for Failure to Respond to Change in Condition

In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health it was alleged that a client was neglected when facility staff to address a significant change in condition which resulted in death.

Neglect of health care was substantiated. The alleged perpetrator (AP) was responsible for neglect when she failed to appropriately address the client’s change in condition. The client had a fever and cough that developed into pneumonia. The client subsequently died due to lobar pneuomonia with

Laura Baker Services Northfield Cited With Neglect After Restraint of Resident Leading to Injuries

Laura Baker Services Northfield Minnesota Cited With Neglect After Restraint of Resident Leading to Injuries

Laura Baker Services Northfield Cited With Neglect by MDH

In a report concluded on November 18, 2015, the Minnesota Department of Health cites Laura Baker Services Association in Northfield Minnesota after it was alleged that a client was abused when staff restrained the client and the client sustained injuries.  The client appeared to be anxious and agitated as a result of the restraint.  In addition staff refused to allow the client to use calming techniques by refusing to allow the client to speak to his/her mother on the phone.

Based on a preponderance of the evidence, neglect occurred when the facility failed to ensure staff responded to the client’s behavior changes with the least restrictive techniques and without causing injury.  Although abuse is alleged, the failure of staff to attempt less restrictive interventions to respond to the client’s behavior was not reasonable to maintain the client’s physical and mental health or safety and meets the definition of neglect.

Laura Baker Services Cited by MDH After Alleged Physical Abuse by Staff

In a report dated May 30, 2013, the Minnesota Department of Health alleged that the facility is responsible for abuse by staff based on the following:  a client was abused when the alleged perpetrator (AP) restrained the client while carrying her to her room, then held the door shut.  The agency’s behavior support plan and physical intervention policy was not followed.

The facility determined that the AP acted in an abusive manner and suspended the AP for improper conduct, violation of Rule 40 regulations and failure to follow the client’s behavioral support plan.  The AP voluntarily terminated following suspension.

For more information from the Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Health Facility Complaints concerning nursing homes, assisted living and other elder care providers view resolved complaints at the MDH website.

If you have concerns about physical abuse by staff or other residents or any other form of elder abuse or neglect contact Minnesota Elder Abuse Attorney Kenneth LaBore toll free at 1-888-452-6589 or by email at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com.

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Physical Abuse by Staff to Vulnerable Resident

Physical Abuse by Staff to Vulnerable Resident

Laura Baker Services Northfield  Complaint Findings for Physical Abuse

In a report concluded on May 30, 2013, the Minnesota Department of Health cites Laura Baker Services Northfield for physical abuse by staff.

For more information from the Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Health Facility Complaints concerning nursing homes, assisted living and other elder care providers view resolved complaints at the MDH website.

If you have concerns about physical abuse or any other form of elder abuse or neglect contact Elder Abuse and Neglect Attorney Kenneth LaBore at 1-888-452-6589 or by email at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com.

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Pine Ridge Residence Bagley Abuse to Client

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 26th April 2017 | Category: Elder Physical Abuse, Patient Rights | RSS Feed

Pine Ridge Residence Bagley Abuse of Client by Staff Members Who Restrain Client in Bathroom

Pine Ridge Residence Bagley Abuse of Client by Staff Members Who Restrain Client in Bathroom

Pine Ridge Residence Bagley Abuse to Client

In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health, dated January 12, 2017, it was alleged that a client Pine Ridge Residence Bagley was abused when perpetrator #1, restrained the client in the bathrrom and propped a chair upder the dooe knob preventing the cleitn from getting out. It is also alleged, that a client was abused when alleged perpetrator #2, restrained the client in the bathroom by shutting the door and holding his/her foot against the door.

Pine Ridge Residence Bagley Substantiated Abuse

Based on the report, a preponderance of the evidence established that abuse occurred when the allged perpetrators (AP), AP #1 and AP #2, restricted the client from leaving the bathroom. The facility failed to assess and develop an individual plan for the client’s toileting needs resulting in staff confining the client to the bathroom for toileting.

The client had severe intellectual and developmental disabilities.  The client was ambulatory and non-verbal.  The client had a history of constipation issues and would go four to five days between bowel movements.

Staff members were interviewed.  When the client did not have a bowel movement, the staff would bring the client to the bathroom.  Staff instructed the client to stay seated on the toilet, but the client would continue to stand up or fling the bathroom door open with his/her hand.  Staff reported AP #1 placed a chair against the bathroom door on two occasions, while the client was supposed to be using the toilet.  On one occasion, AP #1 instructed another employee to place a chair against the bathroom door.  Over several months, AP #1 placed the chair outside the bathroom door multiple times when the client was inside the bathroom.  AP #2 would put a standing tray with some toys on it in front of the client when the client was seated on the toilet, close the bathroom door, then AP #2 would hold his/her foot against the door for about five to ten minutes.  This would restrict the client from leaving the bathroom.  The client’s comprehensive functional assessment did not address the client’s plan or needs for toileting.

AP #1 was interviewed and stated during morning cares s/he put the client in the bathroom and told the client to sit on the toilet.  The client did not want to sit, was getting up, and AP #1 instructed the client to sit back down on the toilet.  AP #1 stated the dining room chair was not propped up under the door knob, but was placed against the outside of the bathroom door.  AP #1 would sit on the chair with his/her back to the door.  The AP #1 stated that client was in the bathroom for five minutes and had voided on the toilet.  The AP stated there were other instances when s/he held her hand on the door knob or placed his/her body against the bathroom door hoping the client would have a bowel movement.  AP #1 stated this did prevent the client from leaving the bathroom.  The AP stated s/he never asked a staff person to place a dining room chair in front of the bathroom door with client inside.

AP #2 was interviewed and stated the client did not want to sit on the toilet to have a bowel movement.  AP #2 would place a standing tray with toys on it in front of the toilet in hopes the client would stay seated on the toilet.  AP #2 stated s/he put her foot against the door so the client would have privacy and would not leave the bathroom.  AP #2 stated the client gets upset if s/he stays in the bathroom with the client.  The AP stated the client was getting up off the toilet so s/he placed her foot against the door.

The client’s guardian stated it has been an ongoing issue with the client using the bathroom.  The guardian stated a chair in front of the bathroom door was not acceptable and did not want to the situation handled in that manner.

Pine Ridge Residence Bagley – Report Abuse and Neglect

Click Here For Link To Report Abuse To Adult Protection

Click Here For Link To Report Abuse To Adult Protection

For more information from the Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Health Facility Complaints concerning nursing homes, assisted living and other elder care providers view resolved complaints at the MDH website.

If you have concerns about physical abuse, financial exploitation or any other form of elder abuse or neglect contact Minnesota Elder Abuse Attorney Kenneth LaBore toll free at 612-743-9048 or toll free at 1-888-452-6589 or by email at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com.

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Free Consultation on Issues of Elder Abuse and Neglect Serving all of Minnesota Toll Free 1-888-452-6589

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Heritage House of Milaca Neglect After Serious Burn Injuries

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 28th February 2017 | Category: Burn Injuries, Elder Physical Abuse | RSS Feed

Serious Burn Injuries Suffered to Resident at Heritage House of Milaca

Serious Burn Injuries Suffered to Resident at Heritage House of Milaca

Heritage House of Milaca Neglect Due to Horrific Oxygen Burn Injuries

In a report dated February 3, 2017, the Minnesota Department of Health, alleged that a resident at Heritage House of Milaca was not supervised when the resident had oxygen and an oxygen mask on, lit up a cigarette and sustained burns to the side of the face and lungs. Staff extinguished the fire and called for emergency medical services. The resident was transferred to a hospital and then transferred to a burn unit at a second hospital.

Heritage House of Milaca Preventable Burns to Resident Using Oxygen

The MDH Substantiated Complaint of Neglect continues: based on a preponderance of evidence, neglect occurred when the staff failed to provide adequate supervision, and a client lit a cigarette, while using the liquid oxygen, and was burned.

The client had a diagnosis that included chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and schizophrenia.  The client received home care services and required assistance with oxygen management.  The client was a known smoker; however, the risks related to smoking with oxygen were not assessed, and the only clear rule from the home care provider was no smoking indoors.  The client was mostly compliant with removing the oxygen tank prior to going outside to smoke, but staff were aware the client sometimes smoke outside with the oxygen tank still attached, either turning the flow off or pulling the oxygen tubing away from his/her nose.

On the day of incident, a staff member assisted the client outside to get fresh air on the patio.  The client had his/her liquid oxygen tank attached to the wheelchair and was using a nasal cannula to deliver oxygen with the flow on.  The client received a cigarette from another client while on the patio.  When the client used the lighter, the oxygen tubing ignited.  The client removed the oxygen tubing from his/her nose and walked away from the wheelchair and the oxygen tank.  A staff member assisted the client inside through a door furthest from the fire, while another staff member called emergency services and extinguished the fire.  The client was given a cold wash cloth to apply to the burns on the side of the face and was transported to the hospital.

The client was transferred to a burn unit to treat his/her injuries.  The client had a second degree burns to the right side of the face including, the cheek, nose, eyelid, and eyebrow.  In addition, the client experienced soot and burn damage to his lungs and airway.  The client required intubation for two days and a feeding tube for ten days.   The client was hospitalized for sixteen days and discharged back to the home care provider with ongoing physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy (for swallowing concerns).  The client continued to require ointment treatment to the facial burns.

The client was interviewed while in the hospital.  The client remained on tube feedings, and was on oxygen, and required treatment of the burns.  The client was lethargic, but able to arouse to answer questions.  The client stated s/he had forgotten to take his/her oxygen prior to lighting a cigarette.

Heritage House of Milaca – Report Abuse and Neglect

Click Here For Link To Report Abuse To Adult Protection

Click Here For Link To Report Abuse To Adult Protection

For more information from the Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Health Facility Complaints concerning nursing homes, assisted living and other elder care providers view resolved complaints at the MDH website.

Hold Negligent Providers Like Heritage House of Milaca Accountable

Attorney Kenneth LaBore has handled many preventable serious and fatal burn injuries, many due to the failure to follow safety policies and procedures related to oxygen use and smoking.    Burns can also happen from scalding water, heaters and electric pads and blankets and other ways.

If you have concerns about burn injuries or any other form of elder abuse or neglect contact Minnesota Elder Abuse Attorney Kenneth LaBore toll free at 612-743-9048 or toll free at 1-888-452-6589 or by email at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com.

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Free Consultation on Issues of Elder Abuse and Neglect Serving all of Minnesota Toll Free 1-888-452-6589

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Physical Abuse by Staff

Physical Abuse by Staff Heritage House of Milaca Minnesota

Heritage House of Milaca Complaint Findings for Exploitation

In a report concluded on January 31, 2011, the Minnesota Department of Health cites Heritage House of Milaca for exploitation by staff.

The allegation is abused based on the following:  Employee (A), alleged perpetrator (AP) grabbed Client #1’s wrist causing bruising on Client #1’s hand and wrist.

Substantiated Complaint Against Heritage House of Milaca

According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, elder abuse is a growing problem. While we don’t know all of the details about why abuse occurs or how to stop its spread, we do know that help is available for victims. Concerned people, like you, can spot the warning signs of a possible problem, and make a call for help if an elder is in need of assistance.

•Physical Abuse
•Sexual Abuse
•Emotional or Psychological Abuse
•Neglect
•Abandonment
•Financial or Material Exploitation
•Self-neglect

For more information from the Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Health Facility Complaints concerning nursing homes, assisted living and other elder care providers view resolved complaints at the MDH website.

If you have concerns about financial exploitation or any other form of elder abuse or neglect contact Minnesota Elder Abuse Attorney Kenneth LaBore at 612-743-9048 or toll free at 1-888-452-6589 or by email at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com.

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Eagan Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 6th February 2017 | Category: Elder Physical Abuse, Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect, Sexual Abuse | RSS Feed

Eagan Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

Eagan Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

Eagan 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 fee at no additional expense to the client.  Neither attorney is paid unless they win a verdict or get a settlement offered by  the wrongdoer.  Nursing home neglect and abuse cases are complicated claims and often involve allegations which require expert witness support and use of wrongful death statutes.   Mr. LaBore and Ms. Scheller only handle cases with very serious injury, assault or death.  They work hard to get accountability from facilities and to ensure as much as possible that policy and procedure and other changes including training are made to protect residents still in the facility.

We represent clients and their families throughout the state of Minnesota and will come to meet with you if you are unable to meet in one of our offices.

Eagan Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Providers

To find a nursing home provider in Minnesota you can check the Minnesota Department of Health website for information on licensure of potential facilities, finding a facility, including complaint history, state survey reportsresident bill of rights, Minnesota Nursing Home Report Card, CMS Medicare Five Star Rating system under Nursing Home Compare and more information related to nursing home and elder care providers.

To check for the updated list of providers in Minneapolis see Minnesota Department of Health Provider lookup.

For more information on selecting a nursing home see Choosing a Facility.

Eagan Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Facilities in Eagan

We can investigate and handle cases against Eagan area facilities as well as other elder care facilities in Dakota County and throughout the state of Minnesota.

For more information about nursing home facility MDH Complaints see “facilities”.

For more information about nursing home nursing home Medicaid Survey inspection findings see “survey findings”.

Eagan Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Report Suspected Abuse

Pursuant to Minn. Statute 144.7065, Subd. 7, potential criminal events, events reportable under this subdivision are:

(1) any instance of care ordered by or provided by someone impersonating a physician, nurse, pharmacist, or other licensed health care provider;
(2) abduction of a patient of any age;
(3) sexual assault on a patient within or on the grounds of a facility; and
(4) death or serious injury of a patient or staff member resulting from a physical assault that occurs within or on the grounds of a facility.

In addition to the reporting requirements for the facility you should also report any physical or sexual abuse to the local police department and the Minnesota Department of Health Office of Health Facility Complaint, OHFC.  See the attached for more information about reporting elder abuse and neglect.

The Minnesota Department of Health MDH, Office of Health Facility Complaints, OHFC, protects the identity of the person making the complaint and the mistreated patient or resident. Serious questions of health or safety are investigated within two business days.

Eagan Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

If you have concerns about nursing home or assisted living elder abuse and neglect injuries and you are interested in a free consultation to discuss your case call Kenneth LaBore at 612-743-9048 or toll free at 1-888-452-6589 or by email at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com.  Mr. LaBore can also be reached at 1-888-452-6569.  If the elder neglect and abuse case is accepted you would have two lawyers fighting for accountability on your behalf.

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St Cloud Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 6th February 2017 | Category: Abuse and Neglect Attorney, Elder Physical Abuse, Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect, Sexual Abuse | RSS Feed

St Cloud Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

St Cloud Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

St Cloud 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 fee at no additional expense to the client.  Neither attorney is paid unless they win a verdict or get a settlement offered by  the wrongdoer.  Nursing home neglect and abuse cases are complicated claims and often involve allegations which require expert witness support and use of wrongful death statutes.   Mr. LaBore and Ms. Scheller only handle cases with very serious injury, assault or death.  They work hard to get accountability from facilities and to ensure as much as possible that policy and procedure and other changes including training are made to protect residents still in the facility.

We represent clients and their families throughout the state of Minnesota and will come to meet with you if you are unable to meet in one of our offices.

St Cloud Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Providers

To find a nursing home provider in Minnesota you can check the Minnesota Department of Health website for information on licensure of potential facilities, finding a facility, including complaint history, state survey reportsresident bill of rights, Minnesota Nursing Home Report Card, CMS Medicare Five Star Rating system under Nursing Home Compare and more information related to nursing home and elder care providers.

To check for the updated list of providers in Minneapolis see Minnesota Department of Health Provider lookup.

For more information on selecting a nursing home see Choosing a Facility.

St Cloud Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Facilities in St Cloud

We can investigate and handle cases against these St Cloud facilities as well as others in Stearns County and throughout the state of Minnesota:

Name: ST BENEDICTS SENIOR COMMUNITY
Address: 1810 MINNESOTA BOULEVARD SE
ST CLOUD,  MN  56304
Phone: 320-252-0010   Fax: 320-654-2351
Administrator: MS. CHRISTINE BAKKE
Minnesota Licensed Bed Capacity: (Nursing Home Beds = 198)
Federally Certified Beds: (Medicare Skilled Nursing Facility Beds = 2)   (Dual Medicare/Medicaid Skilled Nursing and Nursing Facility Beds = 196)

Name: TALAHI NURSING & REHAB CENTER
Address: 1717 UNIVERSITY DRIVE SE
ST CLOUD,  MN  56304
Phone: 320-258-7025   Fax: 320-251-4336
Administrator: MS. MARLENE SMITH
Minnesota Licensed Bed Capacity: (Nursing Home Beds = 77)
Federally Certified Beds: (Dual Medicare/Medicaid Skilled Nursing and Nursing Facility Beds = 77)

For more information about nursing home facility MDH Complaints see “facilities”.

For more information about nursing home nursing home Medicaid Survey inspection findings see “survey findings”.

St Cloud Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Report Suspected Abuse

Pursuant to Minn. Statute 144.7065, Subd. 7, potential criminal events, events reportable under this subdivision are:

(1) any instance of care ordered by or provided by someone impersonating a physician, nurse, pharmacist, or other licensed health care provider;
(2) abduction of a patient of any age;
(3) sexual assault on a patient within or on the grounds of a facility; and
(4) death or serious injury of a patient or staff member resulting from a physical assault that occurs within or on the grounds of a facility.

In addition to the reporting requirements for the facility you should also report any physical or sexual abuse to the local police department and the Minnesota Department of Health Office of Health Facility Complaint, OHFC.  See the attached for more information about reporting elder abuse and neglect.

The Minnesota Department of Health MDH, Office of Health Facility Complaints, OHFC, protects the identity of the person making the complaint and the mistreated patient or resident. Serious questions of health or safety are investigated within two business days.

St Cloud Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

If you have concerns about nursing home or assisted living elder abuse and neglect injuries and you are interested in a free consultation to discuss your case call Kenneth LaBore at 612-743-9048 or toll free at 1-888-452-6589 or by email at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com.  Mr. LaBore can also be reached at 1-888-452-6569.  If the elder neglect and abuse case is accepted you would have two lawyers fighting for accountability on your behalf.

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Maple Grove Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 6th February 2017 | Category: Elder Physical Abuse, Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect, Sexual Abuse, Wrongful Death | RSS Feed

Maple Grove Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

Head Injuries, Skull Fractures and Other Injuries – Maple Grove Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

Maple Grove 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 fee at no additional expense to the client.  Neither attorney is paid unless they win a verdict or get a settlement offered by  the wrongdoer.  Nursing home neglect and abuse cases are complicated claims and often involve allegations which require expert witness support and use of wrongful death statutes.   Mr. LaBore and Ms. Scheller only handle cases with very serious injury, assault or death.  They work hard to get accountability from facilities and to ensure as much as possible that policy and procedure and other changes including training are made to protect residents still in the facility.

We represent clients and their families throughout the state of Minnesota and will come to meet with you if you are unable to meet in one of our offices.

Maple Grove Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Providers

To find a nursing home provider in Minnesota you can check the Minnesota Department of Health website for information on licensure of potential facilities, finding a facility, including complaint history, state survey reportsresident bill of rights, Minnesota Nursing Home Report Card, CMS Medicare Five Star Rating system under Nursing Home Compare and more information related to nursing home and elder care providers.

To check for the updated list of providers in Minneapolis see Minnesota Department of Health Provider lookup.

For more information on selecting a nursing home see Choosing a Facility.

Maple Grove Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Facilities in Maple Grove

We can investigate and handle cases against Maple Grove facilities as well as others in Hennepin County and throughout the state of Minnesota.

For more information about nursing home facility MDH Complaints see “facilities”.

For more information about nursing home nursing home Medicaid Survey inspection findings see “survey findings”.

Maple Grove Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Report Suspected Abuse

Pursuant to Minn. Statute 144.7065, Subd. 7, potential criminal events, events reportable under this subdivision are:

(1) any instance of care ordered by or provided by someone impersonating a physician, nurse, pharmacist, or other licensed health care provider;
(2) abduction of a patient of any age;
(3) sexual assault on a patient within or on the grounds of a facility; and
(4) death or serious injury of a patient or staff member resulting from a physical assault that occurs within or on the grounds of a facility.

In addition to the reporting requirements for the facility you should also report any physical or sexual abuse to the local police department and the Minnesota Department of Health Office of Health Facility Complaint, OHFC.  See the attached for more information about reporting elder abuse and neglect.

The Minnesota Department of Health MDH, Office of Health Facility Complaints, OHFC, protects the identity of the person making the complaint and the mistreated patient or resident. Serious questions of health or safety are investigated within two business days.

Minneapolis Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

If you have concerns about nursing home or assisted living elder abuse and neglect injuries and you are interested in a free consultation to discuss your case call Kenneth LaBore at 612-743-9048 or toll free at 1-888-452-6589 or by email at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com.  Mr. LaBore can also be reached at 1-888-452-6569.  If the elder neglect and abuse case is accepted you would have two lawyers fighting for accountability on your behalf.

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Woodbury Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 6th February 2017 | Category: Elder Physical Abuse, Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect, Sexual Abuse, Wrongful Death | RSS Feed

Woodbury Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

Woodbury Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

Woodbury 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 fee at no additional expense to the client.  Neither attorney is paid unless they win a verdict or get a settlement offered by  the wrongdoer.  Nursing home neglect and abuse cases are complicated claims and often involve allegations which require expert witness support and use of wrongful death statutes.   Mr. LaBore and Ms. Scheller only handle cases with very serious injury, assault or death.  They work hard to get accountability from facilities and to ensure as much as possible that policy and procedure and other changes including training are made to protect residents still in the facility.

We represent clients and their families throughout the state of Minnesota and will come to meet with you if you are unable to meet in one of our offices.

Woodbury Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Providers

To find a nursing home provider in Minnesota you can check the Minnesota Department of Health website for information on licensure of potential facilities, finding a facility, including complaint history, state survey reportsresident bill of rights, Minnesota Nursing Home Report Card, CMS Medicare Five Star Rating system under Nursing Home Compare and more information related to nursing home and elder care providers.

To check for the updated list of providers in Minneapolis see Minnesota Department of Health Provider lookup.

For more information on selecting a nursing home see Choosing a Facility.

Woodbury Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Facilities in Minneapolis

We can investigate and handle cases against these Woodbury facilities as well as others in Washington County and throughout the state of Minnesota:

Name: ST THERESE OF WOODBURY LLC
Address: 7555 BAILEY ROAD
WOODBURY,  MN  55129
Phone: 952-283-2204   Fax: 952-224-0891
Administrator: MS. KARRIE TIPLER
Minnesota Licensed Bed Capacity: (Nursing Home Beds = 56)
Federally Certified Beds: (Dual Medicare/Medicaid Skilled Nursing and Nursing Facility Beds = 56)

Name: WOODBURY HEALTH CARE CENTER
Address: 7012 LAKE ROAD
WOODBURY,  MN  55125
Phone: 651-735-6000   Fax: 651-735-0075
Administrator: MR. MICHAEL KAREL
Minnesota Licensed Bed Capacity: (Nursing Home Beds = 165)
Federally Certified Beds: (Dual Medicare/Medicaid Skilled Nursing and Nursing Facility Beds = 165)

For more information about nursing home facility MDH Complaints see “facilities”.

For more information about nursing home nursing home Medicaid Survey inspection findings see “survey findings”.

Woodbury Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Report Suspected Abuse

Pursuant to Minn. Statute 144.7065, Subd. 7, potential criminal events, events reportable under this subdivision are:

(1) any instance of care ordered by or provided by someone impersonating a physician, nurse, pharmacist, or other licensed health care provider;
(2) abduction of a patient of any age;
(3) sexual assault on a patient within or on the grounds of a facility; and
(4) death or serious injury of a patient or staff member resulting from a physical assault that occurs within or on the grounds of a facility.

In addition to the reporting requirements for the facility you should also report any physical or sexual abuse to the local police department and the Minnesota Department of Health Office of Health Facility Complaint, OHFC.  See the attached for more information about reporting elder abuse and neglect.

The Minnesota Department of Health MDH, Office of Health Facility Complaints, OHFC, protects the identity of the person making the complaint and the mistreated patient or resident. Serious questions of health or safety are investigated within two business days.

Woodbury Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Kenneth LaBore and Suzanne Scheller

If you have concerns about nursing home or assisted living elder abuse and neglect injuries and you are interested in a free consultation to discuss your case call Kenneth LaBore at 612-743-9048 or toll free at 1-888-452-6589 or by email at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com.  Mr. LaBore can also be reached at 1-888-452-6569.  If the elder neglect and abuse case is accepted you would have two lawyers fighting for accountability on your behalf.

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