Nursing Homes Must Provide a Final Accounting from Discharge or Death
Nursing Homes Must Provide a Final Accounting – 42CFR§483.10 Resident rights. The resident has a right to a dignified existence, self-determination, and communication with and access to persons and services inside and outside the facility. A facility must protect and promote the rights of each resident, including each of the following rights: (a) Exercise of rights. (c) Protection of resident funds.
(6) Conveyance upon death. Upon the death of a resident with a personal fund deposited with the facility, the facility must convey within 30 days the resident’s funds, and a final accounting of those funds, to the individual or probate jurisdiction administering the resident’s estate.
Other Elder Abuse and Neglect Issues
Abuse and neglect of the elderly and vulnerable in nursing homes and other facilities occurs in many forms. Kenneth LaBore is a top-rated attorney who has over twenty-five years of experience with dealing with the complex legal and medical issues often present in nursing home and abuse cases and can assist your loved ones with holding the wrongdoers accountable.
- Bed Sores / Pressure Ulcers
- Fall injury / Injuries
- Medication Errors
- Dehydration / Malnutrition
- Physical Abuse
- Infectious Disease
- Sexual Abuse
- Wandering & Elopement
- Burn Injuries
- Choking & Asphyxiation
- Breathing Tube Care
- Urinary Infections & Sepsis
- Patient Lift Injuries and Other Improper Use of Medical Equipment
- Wrongful Death
For a free consultation concerning financial exploitation or other forms of elder abuse and neglect contact Attorney Kenneth LaBore at 612-743-9048. KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com
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