12:20 pm
Tue June 12, 2012

Kentucky Lawyer Rejects Extendicare's Claims State Legal Environment is Hostile

A Kentucky law firm that specializes in nursing home abuse cases is pushing back on nursing home company Extendicare’s claim that the state’s legal environment is causing it to pull back its operation.

Several weeks ago, Extendicare announced its plans to lease its Kentucky properties to an outside company. The company said the decision was due to what they called “a hostile legal environment” where lawyers target the industry in hopes of big settlements.

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1:53 pm
Thu May 31, 2012

Company's Withdrawal Restarts Battle Between Nursing Homes and Legal System

A prominent nursing home company is ending its operations in Kentucky, and the decision has reignited a battle between the nursing home industry and legal professionals.

Earlier this week, Extendicare announced plans to lease its Kentucky nursing homes. The company said too many unnecessary lawsuits were being filed for operations to continue in the state.

Kentucky has grown into a senior living hub, and many big companies like Altria and Kindred have corporate headquarters in the state. 

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