Friday, January 20th, 2017

Minnesota Nursing Home Lawyer & Attorney

F0795 Attorney Ken LaBoreKenneth LaBore is a Minnesota Attorney who practices in the areas of Elder Negligence and Abuse. Mr. LaBore has a history advocating on behalf of the vulnerable and elderly holding corporations and other organizations accountable when they fail to provide proper care. Mr. LaBore has years of experince holding nursing homes and other senior care facilities accountable for abue and neglect of the elderly and vulnerable.

Mr. LaBore is a member and past Board of Governor for the Minnesota Association for Justice. He is also a member of the Nursing Home Litigation Group of the American Association for Justice. Further, Mr. LaBore is a Board Member of Governing Council of the Minnesota State Bar Association Elder Law Section, as well as co-chairman of the Vulnerable Adults Sub-Committee.

Mr. LaBore is a member of several other advocacy organizations and offers advice and resources for seniors and caregivers related to Nursing Home and Assisted Living Facilities, and other care facilities. Mr. LaBore provides free seminars to Senior Center and Caregiver Organizations regarding Information including: Resident’s Bill of Rights, Legal Protections for Vulnerable Adults, the Legal Right to Access Facility Policies and Procedures and more.

Contact Kenneth LaBore at 612-743-9048 or toll free at 1-888-452-6589.

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