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Nursing Home Injury Laws: District of Columbia

Nursing Home Injury Laws: District of Columbia Number of nursing homes in District of Columbia 19

Patients living in nursing homes: 2,519

Occupancy rates of nursing homes: 92.8%

Average number of deficiencies at each District of Columbia: 22.0

Percent of District of Columbia nursing homes with serious deficiencies for actual harm to patient: 21.1%

Most common deficiencies at District of Columbia nursing homes: Food Sanitation, Housekeeping, Quality of Care

Distribution of ownership of nursing homes: 47 % for profit,  42% non profit, 11% government

Staffing levels at District of Columbia nursing homes (daily hours): Above average, 4.4 total staff, 1.8 licensed nurse

**Data based upon 2009 CMS data, U.S. Department of Health and Human Service

Client Reviews

  • Having worked in the medical field, I appreciated the way that Mr. Rosenfeld and his staff approached my family’s situation. The combination of medical knowledge and legal expertise was indeed the winning combination for our case.
  • While nothing can change the way our mother was treated at a nursing facility, I do feel a sense of vindication that the facility was forced to pay for their treatment. I am certain that they would never have done had my attorneys not held their feet to the fire.
  • I was very nervous about initiating a claim against my mother’s nursing facility, but Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers took care of everything from getting the medical records to going to court. I felt like I had real advocates on my side. That meant a lot to me.
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