Highest Fined Michigan Nursing Homes For Violations | MI Nursing Home Neglect Lawyers

by Daniel Buckfire on Dec. 21, 2011

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Michigan Nursing Home Neglect Lawyer Discusses Highest Fined Michigan Nursing Homes

Our Michigan nursing home abuse lawyers represent nursing home residents and their families in abuse and neglect cases. These lawsuits arise from a number of different types of neglect and abuse, including bedsores, fall injuries, medication errors, choking injuries, dehydration, and wandering claims. In cases involving death, we file a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of the family.

The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a report ranking nursing homes throughout the United States by how much they are fined for federal code violations. The amount of the federal fines assessed is from a 34 month period, November 3, 2008 to August 26, 2011. The highest fined homes in Michigan are as follows:

· St. James Nursing Center; Detroit, MI - $300,349

· Borgress Gardens,; Kalamazoo, MI - $263,916

· Huron County Medical Care Facility; Bad Axe, MI - $232,474

· Omni Continuing Care; Detroit, MI - $215,466

· Brittany Manor; Midland, MI - $172,376

· Grand Blanc Rehabilitation and Nursing Center; Grand Blanc, MI - $171,438

· Brookhaven Medical Care Facility; Muskegon, MI - $163,347

· Arbor Manor Care Center; Spring Arbor, MI - $158,793

· Metron of Greenville; Greenville, MI - $157,658

· Tendercare Portage; Portage, MI - $152,730

Legal Rights If Neglected or Abused in a Michigan Nursing Home

If you or a loved one suffered injuries due to nursing home neglect or nursing home abuse at a Michigan nursing home, you do have the legal right to file a civil lawsuit against the facility. In this type of lawsuit, the injured resident and the family of the resident can seek compensation for the injuries and medical care and treatment related to the injury. If the patient dies due to neglect, the family can seek damages under the Michigan Wrongful Death Act.

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If you would like more information about your legal rights after Michigan nursing home abuse or nelgect, you can order our FREE book, "The Michigan Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Handbook," by top-rated Michigan lawyer Lawrence J. Buckfire. The book is an insider's report on nursing home abuse claims and includes why most nursing home injuries are never reported or discovered.

Contact A Michigan Nursing Home Neglect Lawyer

If you or a family member suffered from nursing home neglect and abuse, you should contact our Michigan nursing home abuse attorneys immediately. Call us now at (800) 606-1717 to speak with one of our experienced Michigan personal injury lawyers about your case or simply submit this contact form and one of our attorneys will contact you immediately.

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