Michigan Nursing Home Neglect Statistics & Michigan Nursing Home Lawyers


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Michigan Nursing Home Neglect Statistics & Michigan Nursing Home Lawyers

  1. 1. Michigan Nursing Home Neglect Statistics& Michigan Nursing Home LawyersNursing home patients do not always receive appropriate care and the results can be severe andoften lethal. There are strict laws and regulations to protect the safety and welfare of theseresidents.Families place a tremendous amount of trust in the facility and its staff. When checking intonursing homes make sure to do research. Just because a nursing home has a clean lobby and anice admissions director, does not prove the nursing home provides the appropriate care needed.When procedures aren’t followed correctly, things can go wrong. A patient or resident who isabused or neglected in a Michigan nursing home may have means for a lawsuit against aMichigan nursing home.Michigan Nursing Home StatisticsOur Michigan nursing home neglect lawyers recently came across a report done by the DetroitFree Press regarding Michigan nursing homes and abuse. As a resource to our clients, we wouldlike to share these statistics. Inspectors found 31 health violations for every 100 Michigan nursing home residents in a three year period, compared to the national rate of 26. Over a 34-month period, Michigan nursing homes accumulated $9.9 million in federal fines, the most of any state Michigan nursing homes have the ninth highest rate of serious violations per capita Over a three year period, Michigan nursing homes were cited for serious violations – incidents that harmed residents or put them in immediate jeopardy of harm – 2.7 times for every 100 residents, compared the national rate of 1.5. 77% of Michigan nursing homes were citied at least once in the last three years for serious violations with 33 of those case involved residents who died.When Can You Sue a Michigan Nursing Home for Neglect?Nursing home neglect and abuse cases are considered medical malpractice cases. In order to suefor a nursing home neglect case in Michigan, you must be able to prove a care provider orfacility was negligent, and their negligence lead directly to your injury. The process is verycomplex and requires an experienced Michigan nursing home neglect lawyer.Is There a Time Limit To Sue a Michigan Nursing Home For Neglect?The statute of limitations for nursing home abuse varies from state to state. There are strictlimitations for filing a nursing home abuse lawsuit. If you miss a deadline, your claim will belost forever. To avoid these severe consequences, you should contact an attorney immediately todiscuss your case.00002871
  2. 2. FREE Michigan Nursing Home Abuse BookIf you would like more information about your legal rights after Michigan nursing home abuse orneglect, you can order our FREE book, "The Michigan Nursing Home Abuse & NeglectHandbook," by top-rated Michigan lawyer Lawrence J. Buckfire. The book is an insiders reporton nursing home abuse claims and includes why most nursing home injuries are never reportedor discovered. Our book sells for $14.95 on Amazon but Lawrence will send it to you for FREE!Michigan Nursing Home Neglect Lawyers No Fee PromiseWe will sue a nursing home in Michigan for your neglect or abuse case under our NO FEEPROMISE. This means that you will not be charged any legal fees whatsoever unless we obtaina settlement or recovery for you. You have absolutely no obligation for legal fees unless we winyour case. If we do not obtain a settlement for you, you owe us nothing!Contact Your Michigan Nursing Home Neglect Lawyer TodayIndividuals who want to sue a Michigan Nursing Home should contact the Michigan nursinghome abuse and neglect firm of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. Call us now at (800) 606-1717tospeak with one of our experienced Michigan personal injury lawyers about your case.00002871