Long-Term Care Litigation

As caregivers of the nation’s most vulnerable adults, nursing homes and long-term care providers are among the most heavily regulated providers in the country. This government scrutiny can lead to hefty fines and sanctions when noncompliance issues are involved.

Our expertise is not simply through individual attorneys with long term care experience, but rather integrated teams that include long term care lawyers, paralegals, and nurses with industry knowledge to investigate, evaluate, and present a lawsuit for mediation, arbitration, or trial.

Because of the strength of our case assessment across a variety of disciplines and our trial preparedness, we are able to position our clients for the most favorable case outcome through out-of-court settlements, alternative dispute resolution, or trial.

Our lawyers have successfully defended long term care and aging services providers in state and federal courts in the Southeastern region, and we have been involved in other jurisdictions throughout the United States for our clients. We recommend mediation or arbitration and have favorable results with these alternative means of resolving disputes.

Long-Term Care Services

Our commitment to the healthcare industry started in the early 1990’s and is stronger today than ever. We represent skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs), assisted living and seniors housing communities, home care agencies, hospices, and adult day healthcare providers in litigation. In addition, we provide the following non-litigation services:

  • Buy/Sell transactions
  • Collective and class actions
  • Collections and receivables
  • Corporate compliance
  • Education and training
  • Electronic Medical Records
  • HIPAA/HITECH and privacy laws
  • Labor and employment
  • Operations and media relations
  • Risk prevention and management
  • Trial presentation
  • Compliance planning and maintenance
  • Government regulations
  • Medicaid and Medicare overpayment and fraud
  • Surveys and certification issues
  • Licensure issues
  • Nursing home litigation
  • Vendor contracts
  • New entity creation and/or expansion
  • Employee matters
  • Medicare and Medicaid enrollment
  • Government investigation and prosecution