Facilities Must Monitor Residents The failure to monitor and supervise residents can lead to very serious outcomes. Common examples are allowing residents to wander or elope from facilities or protected areas of the building leading to falls and accidents, failing
Minnesota Statute 573.02 Wrongful Death Wrongful death actions are distinct legal claims created by statute which can be brought on behalf of the next-of-kin of a person who suffers an injury due to the negligence of another which results in death.
Fractures from Falls in Elder Care Facilities One of the most preventable forms to nursing home residents are fractures from falls. According to the CDC Tips in Preventing Falls Among Seniors – falls account for 87 percent of all fractures for people 65
Common Types of Preventable Nursing Home Injuries Attorney Kenneth L. LaBore represents clients with clients who suffer a wide range of nurisng home injuries from a variety of health care facilities, medical professionals and other sources. Here are some areas of
What is Pecuniary Loss Wrongful Death Pecuniary Loss is an element of the wrongful death jury injuries (JIGs) and is not defined by statute, but through caselaw as the loss of “advice, counsel and loss of companionship.” According to Minnesota
Minnesota Elder Attorney Kenneth LaBore Kenneth LaBore is a nursing home neglect and elder abuse attorney who handles cases throughout the State of Minnesota. Many elder abuse cases are also considered medical malpractice claims since they stem from legal duties