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Ostroff Law is currently representing families for coronavirus-related death and illness due to rampant abuse and neglect at multiple nursing homes throughout southeastern PA.

While COVID-19 has endangered all of our elderly citizens, several key nursing homes throughout PA have lost an unprecedented number of patients in this crisis. The Department of Health recently released data supporting that substandard patient care, unsanitary conditions and/or lack of adequate disease protocols has been a major problem at these homes for years.

As a result, we are currently reviewing COVID-19 related claims on behalf of residents who are sick or have died from coronavirus. 

Please call us directly at 888-222-6658 if you have any information, or know of any patients, that contracted Coronavirus while living at a  nursing home. If you think you or your loved one are affected, you can also schedule a free consultation here.

Click on any county listed below to see the list of homes we are currently investigating in that county (data from the Pennsylvania Department of Health).

View List Of Dangerous Nursing Homes By County:

CARE PAVILION NURSING & REHABILITATION

  • COVID-19 deaths: 25
    • % of residents: 7.0%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 82
    • % of residents: 23.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 33
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

CARING HEART REHAB & NURSING CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 9
    • % of residents: 4.0%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 28
    • % of residents: 12.3%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 36
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

 

CENTENNIAL HEALTHCARE & REHAB CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 14
    • % of residents: 8.3%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 28
    • % of residents: 16.7%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 18
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

CHAPEL MANOR

  • COVID-19 deaths: 27
    • % of residents: 12.8%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 123
    • % of residents: 58.3%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 26
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

CLIVEDEN NURSING & REHABILITATION CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 8
    • % of residents: 4.8%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 27
    • % of residents: 16.3%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 45
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

FAIRVIEW NURSING & REHABILITATION CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 8
    • % of residents: 4.9%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 65
    • % of residents: 40.1%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 45
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

GERMANTOWN HOME

  • COVID-19 deaths: 17
    • % of residents: 9.8%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 65
    • % of residents: 37.4%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 34
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

 

IMMACULATE MARY CENTER FOR REHAB & HLTHC

  • COVID-19 deaths: 32
    • % of residents: 12.0%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 91
    • % of residents: 34.1%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 45
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

LAFAYETTE REDEEMER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 16
    • % of residents: 15.1%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 48
    • % of residents: 45.3%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 30
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

 

MAPLEWOOD NURSING & REHABILITATION CTR

  • COVID-19 deaths: 5
    • % of residents: 3.1%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 34
    • % of residents: 21.1%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 31
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

OAKWOOD HEALTHCARE & REHAB CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 30
    • % of residents: 24.0%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 91
    • % of residents: 72.8%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 36
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

POWERBACK REHABILITATION 1526 LOMBARD ST

  • COVID-19 deaths: 9
    • % of residents: 6.7%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 54
    • % of residents: 40.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 49
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

SPRINGS AT THE WATERMARK

  • COVID-19 deaths: 16
    • % of residents: 17.6%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 58
    • % of residents: 63.7%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 42
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

ST JOHN NEUMANN CENTER FOR REHAB & HLTHC

  • COVID-19 deaths: 21
    • % of residents: 10.6%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 73
    • % of residents: 36.7%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 45
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

ST MONICA CENTER FOR REHAB & HEALTHCARE

  • COVID-19 deaths: 10
    • % of residents: 6.0%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 35
    • % of residents: 21.1%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 48
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

TUCKER HOUSE NURSING & REHAB CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 12
    • % of residents: 7.5%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 48
    • % of residents: 30.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 20
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

WESLEY ENHANCED LIVING AT STAPELEY

  • COVID-19 deaths: 15
    • % of residents: 30.0%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 37
    • % of residents: 74.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 43
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

 

YORK NURSING & REHABILITATION CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 27
    • % of residents: 12.6%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 86
    • % of residents: 40.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 43
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

BROOMALL PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGE NOW “ROSEWOOD GARDENS R&D CTR”)

  • COVID-19 deaths: 24
    • % of residents: 18.3%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 51
    • % of residents: 38.9%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 25
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

 

BROOMALL REHABILITATION & NURSING CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 40
    • % of residents: 16.1%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 139
    • % of residents: 56.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 46
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

BRYN MAWR EXTENDED CARE CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: N/A
    • % of residents: N/A
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 9
    • % of residents: 6.9%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 33
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES WALLINGFORD

  • COVID-19 deaths: 34
    • % of residents: 19.0%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 151
    • % of residents: 84.4%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 42
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

 

MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES YEADON

  • COVID-19 deaths: 17
    • % of residents: 9.9%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 118
    • % of residents: 69.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 50
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

 

PROVIDENCE REHAB & HLTHCR CTR MERCY FITZ

  • COVID-19 deaths: 18
    • % of residents: 15.1%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 53
    • % of residents: 44.5%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 22
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

ST FRANCIS CENTER FOR REHAB & HEALTHCARE

  • COVID-19 deaths: 15
    • % of residents: 7.5%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 76
    • % of residents: 38.2%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 49
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

STERLING HEALTH CARE & REHAB CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 24
    • % of residents: 16.3%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 126
    • % of residents: 85.7%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 22
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

WAYNE CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 16
    • % of residents: 15.5%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 70
    • % of residents: 68.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 17
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

WILLOWBROOKE COURT AT LIMA ESTATES

  • COVID-19 deaths: 13
    • % of residents: 25.5%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 51
    • % of residents: 100.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 18
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

BRANDYWINE HALL

  • COVID-19 deaths: 28
    • % of residents: 17.5%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 116
    • % of residents: 72.5%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 39
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

GREEN MEADOWS NURSING & REHAB CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 30
    • % of residents: 18.9%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 62
    • % of residents: 39.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 40
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

PHOENIX CENTER FOR REHAB AND NURSING

  • COVID-19 deaths: 9
    • % of residents: 10.7%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 54
    • % of residents: 64.3%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 48
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

HARSTON HALL

  • COVID-19 deaths: 12
    • % of residents: 11.2%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 76
    • % of residents: 71.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 37
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

HILLCREST CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 16
    • % of residents: 9.2%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 112
    • % of residents: 64.7%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 27
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

MANORCARE HLTH SERVICES MONTGOMERYVILLE

  • COVID-19 deaths: 24
    • % of residents: 17.0%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 114
    • % of residents: 80.9%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 23
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

PAPERMILL ROAD NURSING AND REHAB CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 19
    • % of residents: 18.1%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 64
    • % of residents: 61.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 42
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

PARKHOUSE REHABILITATION & NURSING CNTR

  • COVID-19 deaths: 48
    • % of residents: 15.2%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 136
    • % of residents: 43.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 40
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

REGINA COMMUNITY NURSING CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 20
    • % of residents: 18.3%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 45
    • % of residents: 41.3%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 26
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

 

SAUNDERS HOUSE

  • COVID-19 deaths: 32
    • % of residents: 20.1%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 119
    • % of residents: 74.8%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 23
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

BRIARLEAF NURSING & CONVALESCENT CTR INC

  • COVID-19 deaths: 20
    • % of residents: 11.8%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 80
    • % of residents: 47.3%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 4
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

CRESTVIEW CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 23
    • % of residents: 13.4%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 114
    • % of residents: 66.3%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 24
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

MAJESTIC OAKS REHAB & NURSING CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 12
    • % of residents: 8.3%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 62
    • % of residents: 42.8%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 33
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES OXFORD VALLEY

  • COVID-19 deaths: 29
    • % of residents: 19.3%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 102
    • % of residents: 68.0%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 16
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

VALLEY MANOR REHAB & HEALTHCARE CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 17
    • % of residents: 10.8%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 122
    • % of residents: 77.7%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 22
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

BERKSHIRE CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 21
    • % of residents: 16.8%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 74
    • % of residents: 59.2%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 10
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

COUNTRY MEADOWS OF WYOMISSING II

  • COVID-19 deaths: 10
    • % of residents: 16.4%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 38
    • % of residents: 62.3%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 3
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES SINKING SPRING

  • COVID-19 deaths: 44
    • % of residents: 21.9%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 157
    • % of residents: 78.1%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 20
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

 

MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES WEST READING

  • COVID-19 deaths: 14
    • % of residents: 8.9%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 131
    • % of residents: 82.9%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 13
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES LANCASTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 18
    • % of residents: 11.6%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 74
    • % of residents: 47.7%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 52
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: For-Profit

LEHIGH CENTER

  • COVID-19 deaths: 17
    • % of residents: 13.9%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 84
    • % of residents: 68.9%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: N/A
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: N/A

 

MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES ALLENTOWN

  • COVID-19 deaths: 6
    • % of residents: 4.2%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 47
    • % of residents: 32.9%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 24
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

 

MANORCARE HEALTH SERVICES BETHLEHEM 2021

  • COVID-19 deaths: 19
    • % of residents: 9.5%
  • COVID-19 illnesses: 125
    • % of residents: 62.5%
  • Number of Deficiencies during 4 year period through February, 2020: 13
  • For Profit/Not For Profit/Government owned/operated: Not-For-Profit

Contact Ostroff Injury Law

Get a free consultation in order to provide you help and hope during the pandemic.  Simply click on the link below to contact us or give us a call at 888-222-6658.

You owe us nothing until we obtain a financial recovery for you.

What PA Residents Are Warning Us About On Social Media:

Frequently Asked Questions About Nursing Homes and COVID-19

According to the CDC, 8 out of 10 deaths due to coronavirus have been in adults 65 years or older. As a result, nursing homes and LTCFs (long-term care facilities) are almost a perfect storm of conditions for COVID-19 to thrive due to resident age, some of their underlying health conditions, staff shortages, and scarce PPE (personal protective equipment). 

This danger has ravaged our nursing homes across Pennsylvania.

A few mentions of the impact this is having in our communities:

May 17: Nursing home staffing and oversight problems existed long before coronavirus.

May 12: Thirty-six residents of Lancaster County nursing homes or similar facilities died of COVID-19 since Tuesday, raising the death toll for those facilities to 223, according to the coroner’s office.

May 10: Members of the Pennsylvania National Guard arrived Monday morning on the campus of a troubled Beaver County nursing home dealing with the state’s worst COVID-19 nursing home outbreak. At least 71 residents of the Brighton Rehabilitation and Wellness Center have died from coronavirus illness.

April 24: 130 Unionized workers vote to go on strike at St. Monica Center for Rehabilitation & Healthcare, a nursing home in South Philadelphia hit hard by the coronavirus.

April 22: It is announced that at the Broomall Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, 88 residents have contracted COVID-19, 26 staff members have tested positive for the deadly virus, and 17 residents have died. The facility is so understaffed that the National Guard had to deploy military nurses and medics to help the Delaware County nursing facility.

April 19: The Trump Administration announced a new COVID-19 nursing home transparency report that requires nursing homes to report cases of coronavirus directly to the CDC in efforts to help control and prevent the spread of the disease.

April 16: Philadelphia city health commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley announces that 137 of the city’s 264 coronavirus-related deaths – or 52% of all fatalities – have been reported in nursing homes.

March 24th: The Action News five-year data analysis found of the 25 most cited nursing homes for infection control in our region, 20 were for-profit corporations and partnerships.

Governor Wolf’s May 6 Executive Order is spot on: protect our health workers, but not dangerous nursing homes

Governor Wolf’s most recent Executive Order protects medical workers from legal liability during the pandemic, unless they are grossly negligent. This should facilitate more physicians and nurses showing up at our hospitals and focusing on their heroic roles each day.

I would not personally sue a doctor for outcomes related to Coronavirus care rendered during the pandemic. Like so many, I’ve never felt more gratitude to physicians, nurses, technicians and all those that keep our hospitals going, including those in Environmental Services, working in the cafeteria and performing janitorial duties. They are endangering themselves by showing up on the front line, day after grueling day. Many of them are unable to be with their families due to their exposure to COVID-19 at their job. People are dying all around them. This Order effectively increases the number of medical personnel who are qualified to treat and help those battling Covid-19.

I am abundantly concerned about for-profit nursing home abuse during this pandemic. The CDC sets forth in its website, under “Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)”:

“Given their congregate nature and resident population served (e.g., older adults often with underlying chronic medical conditions), nursing home populations are at the highest risk of being affected by COVID-19. If infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, residents are at increased risk of serious illness.”

Thankfully, Governor Wolf’s Order does not limit justice for those injured or killed by nursing home neglect. Wildly profitable corporations own most for-profit nursing homes and they must be held accountable for resident/patient neglect. The fact that nursing home residents make up more than two-thirds of the COVID-19 deaths in Pennsylvania is a disgrace. For-profit nursing homes are blaming soaring death rates on the vulnerability of our elderly loved ones who reside in these facilities. However, death rate numbers don’t lie. They are a result of the corporate choice to limit budget needed to keep infection from entering nursing homes, to manage it properly once it does and to provide staff and residents with the PPE or level of isolation and care they require. These residents and workers deserve better.

There are two primary safeguards for controlling rampant nursing home neglect.  

The first safeguard against nursing home abuse is the family-members that regularly enter nursing homes to visit their loved ones. If these family members didn’t look after their loved ones and advocate for them, imagine how bad the care would become. Most elderly and disabled residents simply can’t speak up or take care of themselves. If they could, they wouldn’t choose to reside in a nursing home. Now that family members can’t enter nursing homes to keep an eye on loved ones during the pandemic, the second safeguard is all that’s left to protect our elderly and disabled citizens.

The second safeguard mandates that society hold nursing homes responsible for neglect-based harm. If nursing homes are immune from justice for the harm that is directly related to neglect, elderly and disabled residents will continue to die at alarming rates. Neglectful nursing homes already cause more sick residents to drain hospital resources, while increasing the spread of COVID-19 in the hospital.

In my thirty-year career as an attorney involved in representing catastrophically injured people, I have never seen this level of abuse or harm. The evidence of neglect at for-profit nursing homes is bone chilling. Too many of these homes are filthy. Nurses, employees and residents aren’t provided with adequate PPE. New residents and employees aren’t adequately screened for COVID-19 before they enter the nursing home. They aren’t properly separating and shielding residents who have Coronavirus from those that don’t. They are locking out physicians who are showing up to help residents, because the corporations that own these nursing homes don’t want these horrors to be unearthed and documented.

The notion of being “in this together” ties us to our doctors, nurses and hospital employees more than ever. But nursing home corporations are only “in this together” with their investors and stakeholders. Exploiting seniors and disabled residents that pay them and rely on them leads to bigger profits when corners are cut.

Our justice system is our last line of defense against these corrupt institutions.

We are currently accepting cases on behalf of residents who are sick or have died from coronavirus, in any of the following care facilities in Philadelphia:

  • Berkshire Center (59% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Brandywine Hall (73% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Briarleaf Nursing & Convalescent Center (47% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Caring Heart Rehab & Nursing Center (12% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Chapel Manor (58% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Care Pavilion Nursing & Rehabilitation (23% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Centennial Healthcare & Rehab Center (17% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Cliveden Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (16% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Country Meadows – Wyomissing (62% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Crestview Center (66% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Immaculate Mary Center for Rehab & Healthcare (34% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Majestic Oaks Rehab & Nursing Center (43% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Manorcare Health Services – Sinking Spring (78% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Manorcare Health Services – West Reading (83% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Manorcare Health Services – Oxford Valley (68% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Maplewood Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (21% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Oakwood Healthcare & Rehab Center (73% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Parkhouse Rehabilitation & Nursing Center (43% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Powerback Rehabilitation – Lombard St (40% of patients infected with COVID)
  • St John Neumann Center for Rehab & Healthcare (37% of patients infected with COVID)
  • St Monica Center for Rehab & Healthcare (21% of patients infected with COVID)
  • Valley Manor Rehab & Healthcare Center (78% of patients infected with COVID)
  • York Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (40% of patients infected with COVID)

1. First and foremost, arm yourselves with facts.

  • Understand if you or a loved one is in a high-risk group (you can read about who is at high risk from the list that the CDC assembled here).
  • Review the CDC’s recommendations for living in long-term care facilities during the pandemic here.
  • Keep up to date on local data by visiting the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s page on COVID-19 here.

2. If you work in or have a loved one in a PA nursing home and you see something that is not right, tell someone about it.

  • If no one will listen to you, we will. Ostroff Law is currently investigating several nursing homes in PA with reports of negligent care with troubling fatality rates far outside the national average.
  • You can schedule a free consultation with Ostroff Injury Law today if you suspect your loved one is suffering from elder abuse or neglect in a nursing home facility. During our initial conversation, we’ll listen to your story, provide counsel on your options, and go over the next steps to hold those parties accountable if applicable. (Our firm never collects a fee unless we think a case is appropriate, and only after we win a financial recovery.)

“In my thirty-year career as an attorney involved in representing catastrophically injured people, I have never seen this level of abuse or harm. The evidence of neglect at for-profit nursing homes is bone chilling.” – Jon Ostroff

Learn About Your Options

Nursing home residents have the right to live as comfortably as possible and to trust that staff members will treat them with respect. When a facility fails to provide expected living conditions or lets residents get hurt, they must take responsibility. 

Schedule a free consultation with Ostroff Injury Law today if you suspect your loved one is suffering from elder abuse or neglect in a nursing home facility. During our initial conversation, we’ll listen to your story, explain your options, and go over the next steps to hold those parties accountable. Our firm never collects a fee unless we win a financial recovery.

Contact Ostroff Injury Law

Get a free consultation in order to provide you help and hope during the pandemic.  Simply click on the link below to contact us or give us a call at 888-222-6658.

You owe us nothing until we obtain a financial recovery for you.

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Get a free consultations in order to provide you help and hope during the pandemic.  Simply fill out the form on this page or give us a call at 888-222-6658.

As always, you pay nothing until your case settles.