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Vendor’s honesty helped unravel $19M American Senior Communities fraud

The massive American Senior Communities fraud case might never have come to light were it not for a nearly century-old Indianapolis company that had a chance to participate in the overbilling and kickback scheme but called the FBI instead. IBJ’s re… Read More
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Police Collect DNA From Nursing Home Workers After Rape of Patient in Coma

The police collected the DNA of male employees of a private nursing home in Arizona this week as they broadened the investigation into allegations that a woman in a vegetative state there who gave birth to a child last month had been sexually assault… Read More

The Civil Justice System: Protecting Your Family

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2 ex-nursing home workers get jail for elderly woman's death

(AP) Two former employees of an Ohio nursing home accused of failing to check on a resident who wandered outside and froze to death have been sentenced to 60 days in jail. The Courier reports 37-year-old Rachel Friesel and 20-year-old Destini Fenbert… Read More

2 sent to jail for roles in nursing home patient’s death

OTTAWA — Family members of a 76-year-old woman who froze to death last winter outside a Pandora nursing home spoke Friday morning at separate sentencings for two former nursing home workers. “… No one was there to help her,” said Steve Campbe… Read More
Megan Schnipke

Plea deal offered in Pandora nursing home death

OTTAWA — The final nursing employee charged in the death of a resident in January appeared in the Putnam County Court of Common Pleas Thursday for a final pre-trial hearing before facing a jury trial. Megan E. Schnipke, 31, of Columbus Grove, was m… Read More
‘It’s Almost Like a G…

‘It’s Almost Like a Ghost Town.’ Most Nursing Homes Overstated Staffing for Years

ITHACA, N.Y. — Most nursing homes had fewer nurses and caretaking staff than they had reported to the government for years, according to new federal data, bolstering the long-held suspicions of many families that staffing levels were often inadequa… Read More
Why court battle waged by…

Why court battle waged by families of Anthony Sowell victims matters to us all: Andrea Simakis

LEVELAND, Ohio – On September 17, Joanne Moore will get her day in court. “It’s taken so long,” she says. Eight years. But it’s worth the wait. Because it’s for Janice. In a 2010 lawsuit, Moore argued cops and pros… Read More

New York Times Article Confirms Consumer Voice Concerns about Nursing Home Staffing Levels and Data

The New York Times article, ‘It’s Almost Like a Ghost Town.’ Most Nursing Homes Overstated Staffing for Years, substantiates Consumer Voice’s long-standing concern about the inaccuracy of previous staffing information based on self-report… Read More

Woman was outside nursing home 8 hours before dying in cold

TOLEDO, OHIO — A nursing home resident with dementia and a history of wandering off was outside in temperatures hovering around zero for about eight hours before staff members noticed she was missing and found her dead from hypothermia, a state i… Read More

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