The senate health policy Committee voted 8-1 for a bill that will shield nursing home investors from lawsuits when their homes are accused of abuse and neglect in exchange for giving trial lawyers.
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Another measure, House Bill 289, filed by Rep. Steve Riley, would shield "passive investors" in nursing homes from personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits. The bill defines passive investors as owners of nursing homes who do not make daily management decisions about how the facility is operated. It’s not unusual for corporate-run nursing homes to have a half-dozen or more owners collecting revenue from their operations, with one management company identified for the record.
The Senate Health Policy Committee voted 8-1 for a bill that would shield nursing home investors from lawsuits when their homes are accused of abuse and neglect. In exchange, it would give trial lawyers easier access to documents. Other Senate committees must still review the legislation, but it has strong support among House and Senate leaders