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Additional Details About Extendicare’s Park Health and Rehab Center Nursing Home

By Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm

May 23, 2014

I was just looking into some information about the Park Health and Rehab Center nursing home, which is located in St. Louis Park, Minnesota.  I came across four recent investigations of the facility by the Minnesota Department of Health.  Here’s what they are about: One case investigated the following allegation: “It is alleged that a resident’s rights were violated when police were called to the facility to assist with a physically aggressive resident and the resident was later tased by the police.… Read More →

Mark Kosieradzki Quoted by Star Tribune Regarding Tasered Nursing Home Resident

By Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm

September 3, 2013

The Minneapolis Star Tribune recently quoted Mark Kosieradzki in its follow up article regarding a 76-year-old man, Zheng Diao, who died after he was tasered in a local nursing home. Zheng Diao was a patient at the Park Health and Rehab facility in St. Louis Park, MN. During his time at the facility, he had experienced some erratic behaviors and on July 14th, 2013, Zehng was wielding a knife and scissors when the St. Louis Park police department received a call for help. Zehng… Read More →

Extendicare Nursing Resident Tasered and Dies

By Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm

August 21, 2013

The City of St. Louis Park, Minnesota issued the following News Release this afternoon: “St. Louis Park, Minn. (Aug. 21, 2013) – On July 14, 2013 at 8:51 p.m., the staff at Park Health and Rehab, 4415 36th 1Ž2 Street West, requested assistance from the St. Louis Park Police Department with a patient who was in possession of a knife and scissors, and behaving in an uncooperative manner. The patient, Zheng Diao, age 76, was located by responding officers and… Read More →