Champaign County Nursing Home Information
Champaign County is located in central Illinois and is the tenth largest county in the state. Located just two hours south of Chicago, some of the major cities in the county include the City of Champaign, Urbana, and Rantoul. Champaign County is also home to the University of Illinois.
For decades, the Illinois injury attorneys at Levin & Perconti have helped seriously injured individuals and families from Champaign County fight for justice. We represent clients in all types of personal injury, wrongful death and medical malpractice matters, including cases involving car accidents, workplace accidents, premises liability, injuries caused by defective products and medical devices, preventable medical mistakes and birth injuries, etc.
We are also proud to represent families if a nursing home’s negligence causes a resident to suffer serious injury or even death. Our Illinois nursing home neglect attorneys understand the important role our justice system plays in the to fight to protect the rights of nursing home residents throughout the state, especially as our population ages and more Champaign County residents enter into long-term care facilities. Many instances of neglect and abuse are the result of short-staffing because some nursing home owners choose to put profits before people.
Nursing home abuse and neglect comes in many forms. Residents can develop deep and painful pressure sores when nursing home staff fail to turn or reposition them on a regular basis. Sometimes residents fall because they are not properly monitored by staff. Or a resident may suffer dehydration or malnutrition because they are not receiving proper food or liquids. No matter what type of Illinois nursing home lawsuit it may be, our attorneys have the experience, resources and skills to help families seek justice if a resident is seriously injured or dies as a result of negligence or malpractice.
If you believe your loved one has suffered at the hands of a negligent Champaign nursing home or assisted living facility, feel free to call our firm to speak with one of attorneys. For over twenty years, we have handled cases throughout the state of Illinois and are prepared to help families ensure that wrongdoers are held accountable for their actions. Our founding partners, Steven Levin and John Perconti, were some of the first lawyers in the entire country to handle nursing home cases, and facility owners and insurance companies know that we will not back down when fighting to protect the rights of Illinois nursing home residents. Call us at 877-374-1417 for a free consultation or send us an e-mail through our Contact Us page and an attorney will call you back. You can also give your contact information to our website operator through our live chat system, and they will forward us information about your case.
Here is information from the Illinois Department of Public Health website and Medicare’s Nursing Home Compare site on some of the Champaign County facilities that we have filed cases against in the past:
- Name of Nursing Home: Helia Healthcare of Champaign, formerly known as Care Centre of Champaign
- Address: 1915 South Mattis St. ,Champaign, Il 61821
- Type of Ownership:* LLC
- Owner(s) with 20 percent or greater interest:* S. Miller
- CMS Nursing Home Compare Overall Rating:** 1 out of 5 stars
- Name of Nursing Home: Heartland of Champaign formerly known as ManorCare at Champaign
- Address: 309 East Springfield,Champaign, Il 61820
- Type of Ownership:* LLC
- Owner(s) with 20 percent or greater interest:* not listed
- CMS Nursing Home Compare Overall Rating:** 3 out of 5 stars
* Information from the Illinois Department of Public Health’s Nursing Homes in Illinois website ** Information from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Nursing Home Compare website on 7/2/2012
Not only were they so professional but also so caring and thoughtful. It was very difficult going over the facts in our mother's case but they were so compassionate and understanding and allowed us to be with them every step of the way. We were able to sit in on the depositions and we were really able to see how hard they worked on our behalf.