Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Expose Cranford Hall Deficiencies

As New Jersey and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania lawyers with a practice expertise in nursing home abuse, we find it imperative to educate the public about nursing homes that have conditions that could lead to abuse and neglect cases. We continue to review the report cards given by Medicare to see how the nursing homes in New Jersey are rated. When we come across a nursing home that has a below average rating, we feel compelled to post about it so the public is aware of its reputation. While searching the Medicare Nursing Home Compare database, we once again found a nursing home with a low rating in Union County. In fact, this Union County nursing home is not considered below average, but well below average, only garnering one out of five stars.

Cranford Hall in Union County Well Below Average

new jersey philadelphia nursing home abuse lawyers expose cranford hall deficiencesThe Cranford Hall nursing home is a 100 long term patient facility located in Cranford, New Jersey. It is a for profit nursing home that was given an overall rating of 1 by Medicare. The New Jersey Division of Health Facilities Evaluation and Licensing routinely inspected the Cranford Hall nursing home on two separate occasions between December 2008 and November 2010. During that time, the facility was guilty of 28 deficiencies, some of which were considered to be widespread throughout the nursing home. Some of the citations were for failure to properly store/prepare and serve food in a sanitary manner, failure to have safe, functional, and comfortable environments for the residents, and problems with having safe essential equipment. Cranford hall was additionally inspected 3 more times for complaints, and 3 additional citations were given.

When a person is a resident in a nursing home with deficiencies and ratings like those at Cranford Hall, loved ones must be watchful for signs of nursing home abuse or neglect. Signs of abuse or neglect could include accidents, malnutrition, or the acquirement of bed sores and/or pressure ulcers. Family members must be vigilant to protect their loved ones when they can no longer protect themselves.

Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers in New Jersey & Philadelphia

If your loved one is a resident at a nursing home or other long term care facility and you believe that the care they are receiving is inadequate to the point of neglect, contact the Mininno Law Office for a free case evaluation. You may also call for a free consultation at (856) 833-0600 in New Jersey, or (215) 567-2380 in Philadelphia.
Let the nursing home abuse lawyers at the Mininno Law Office earn you the compensation you need and deserve.

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