Venice Injury Lawyer, James Keim
No Fees or Costs Unless You Win

4140 Woodmere Park Boulevard, Suite 4, Venice, Florida 34293

I am a nursing home abuse lawyer who handles cases in Venice, Englewood, Sarasota, Bradenton and surrounding communities.  Venice currently has six nursing homes located in or nearby the city.  The nursing home known as Manorcare Health Services is located in Venice, Florida at 1450 East Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida 34292.

During 2015, Manorcare Health Services was the subject of an annual survey investigation conducted by the Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration on February 13, 2015 that resulted in this nursing home being cited for deficient practices in failing to meet the requirements of the federal Nursing Home Reform Act of 1987.  The Agency concluded its annual survey inspection and cited Manorcare Health Services for multiple deficiencies related to resident care which are detailed in a 45 page report.  The violations concerned the nursing home’s deficient practices with regard to food and nutrition, storing drugs and medicine, following physician’s orders, and care planning.  If you visit a nursing home, you have the right to request and read their surveys and complaint investigations.  This information may also be obtained online at:

http://www.floridahealthfinder.gov/LandingPages/NursingHomeGuide.aspx

One lawsuit was also filed during 2015 against Manor Care of Venice FL, LLC, the licensee operator of Manorcare Health Services, alleging nursing home negligence with the Sarasota County Clerk of Court.

Manorcare Health Services in Venice, FL is part of a chain of nursing homes operated by a privately owned company in Toledo, OH under the name HCR ManorCare.  The license holder of Manorcare Health Services is a foreign limited liability company called Manor Care of Venice FL, LLC based in Toledo, Ohio.  HCR ManorCare is one of the top 10 largest nursing home chains in the United States.  The chain is owned by Manor Care, Inc, which operates or oversees the operation of approximately 500 facilities throughout the country.  In 2007, the company was acquired in a $4.9 billion buyout offer by the private equity firm, Carlyle Group.

Nursing home abuse and neglect takes many forms but it is seen through the development of pressure sores, malnutrition, dehydration, serious infection, fractured bones, bowel impactions and other unexplained injuries.  If you have questions about a local nursing home or wish to discuss a potential case of abuse and neglect with a Venice nursing home abuse lawyer who has evaluated hundreds of claims, please feel free to call me, James Keim, Attorney at Law at (941) 485-7600.  I always provide a free consultation and personally handle every case, and you will not be passed off to some middleman or junior level associate.  All cases are handled on a contingency fee and cost basis.  This means that you pay no fee or costs unless we obtain a settlement, award or verdict.