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My interest in this area of law stems from a close family member who suffered from neglect in a nursing home due. I felt helpless to assist even though I was an attorney as I was unfamiliar with the duties and obligations of the nursing home and the rights of the resident.
I was moved to study this area of law and made a vow to do my best to work towards the care provided to the elderly and vulnerable. I joined national and local advocacy groups, and nursing home litigation groups to gather as much related information as I could. Rather, than trying to know the law in all areas I have the most satisfaction working towards a large knowledge base in an area where my efforts can have a positive effect on the lives of those who are in need of the most care and assistance.
The seniors in our family's and community are the link to the past, and have earned the respect and care from those that follow. I enjoy advocating for the vulnerable and elderly as it gives purpose to my legal career.
I have over 19 years experience as a litigation trial attorney and have handled many types of cases, with many very large financial outcomes for my clients.
I am the son of a well known defense attorney and I have always had an interest in the law. I was fortunate enough to have worked for two of the larger insurance companies after college and when in law school so I have a good understanding as how the insurance industry views claims and settlements. I learned the lesson that you need to give the insurance company a reason to settle or give fair compensation. Usually, the reason comes from turning on the heat and increasing their exposure.
By handling many cases I have learned to documents to request, the duties held by the nursing staff and facilities and how to hold them accountable and call out negligence and bad actions. I have further developed many relationships with well qualified nursing home and medical experts.
I am an experienced trial attorney and willing to push for the rights of my clients, and hold facilities financially and work towards improvements in their policies and procedures, staffing, training and equipment to reduce the likelihood of other incidents.
There are many law firms in Minnesota. Many handle person injury cases, of those some handle medical malpractice cases.
Nursing home abuse and neglect cases, are a sub-category of medical malpractice cases. Many attorneys will take a nursing home case, but unless they are familiar with the way a nursing home is operated and the duties of all the responsible parties it is nearly impossible to get the nursing home and their facility to offer a fair resolution. There are particular rules which apply to Minnesota medical malpractice cases as well as federal regulations, and standards that a person must be aware of to successfully prosecute a nursing home or assisted living care facility.
I handle select cases where I believe I am able to assist my clients and improve the quality of care for the residents. I personally work on every case myself and often get other skilled attorneys to work with me when it benefits the client with no additional expense to the client.
I do not charge anything for a free consultation and do not charge anything unless I can make a financial recovery for my clients. I often advance costs on claims and unlike many firms I do not ask for those costs back unless the case is ultimately resolved.
I give my clients my cell phone number and they are free to call me seven days a week and in the evenings.
I work hard to find answers for clients with difficult issues and strive for my client's satisfaction of knowing my firm advocated on their behalf.
If you would like a free consultation with Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Attorney, Kenneth L. LaBore call 612-743-9048 or Toll Free at 1-888-452-6589 or email Ken at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com
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