• Search
  • Mail
  • Chat
Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish Personal Injury Attorneys | Chicago, IL
Free Initial Consultations
888.325.7299
banner
[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Watch Our Videos

Learn about our firm and how our expertise in personal injury cases will ensure that you receive the best possible outcome to your case.

Recent Cases

Recent Cases Results

  • $2,300,000 – Brain Injury
  • $650,000 – Motor Vehicle Accident
  • $800,000 – Construction Injury
  • $570,000 – Medical Malpractice
  • $4,300,000 – Medical Malpractice
  • $4,100,000 - Construction
  • $4,000,000 - Medical Malpractice
  • $3,000,000 - Vehicle Accident
  • $950,000 - Birth Injury Malpractice
  • $5,860,000 Medical Malpractice - Wrongful Death
  • $1,800,000 - Product Liability
  • $4,000,000 - Medical Malpractice
  • $3,000,000 - Vehicle Accident
  • $950,000 - Birth Injury Malpractice
  • $7,500,000 - Premises Liability

How do I report a case of nursing home abuse?

Nursing home abuse is a difficult problem for any Chicago resident to confront. Aside from the suspicions and fears about making an allegation against another person or a medical facility, individuals cannot always be sure of where or to whom their reports should be made. This blog addresses authorities that are involved in reporting cases of nursing home abuse.

The Illinois Department of Health, Bureau of Long-Term Care enforces the Illinois Nursing Home Care Act. This law sets standards for facilities operating in the state and with other state and federal laws makes up the regulatory force behind state nursing home administration. The state's Department of Health also operates a nursing home hotline that permits concerned citizens to contact the government and report possible cases of nursing home abuse and neglect that violate the mentioned act.

Individuals who may need to use nursing home facilities for their personal use or who may need to research facilities for others can find out about the violations those facilities face by checking with the state's website. The Illinois Department of Public Health reports on a quarterly basis the violations that various long-term care facilities have pending based on violations of the Nursing Home Care Act.

Whether through a call to the nursing home hotline or a report made directly to the Illinois Department of Public Health, individuals who believe that nursing home facilities are violating their duties of care have the right to report perceived malfeasance. Nursing home abuse can result in serious injuries to patients who require consistent long-term care. To learn more about nursing home abuse lawsuits and reporting abuse, interested parties can contact personal injury attorneys who work in the nursing home field.

No Comments

Leave a comment
Comment Information