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Medical Malpractice and Nursing Home Abuse

Alabama nursing home abuse lawyers who know how to win medical malpractice cases

Medical malpractice cases involving nursing home abuse can be extremely complex. That's why it's important to have an experienced Alabama medical malpractice lawyer who understands nursing home abuse cases. That's why you need Shuttlesworth Lasseter, LLC.

Serving clients throughout Alabama, our aggressive attorneys know what evidence to look for and have years of experience compiling such information into compelling legal cases. We're proud of our case results, and we're eager to help you.

What are examples of medical malpractice cases involving nursing home abuse?

Medical malpractice can take many different forms in a nursing home. Some of the most common examples of medical malpractice our nursing home abuse attorneys deal with include:

  • Medication errors
  • Misdiagnosis of medical conditions, including
    • Cancer misdiagnosis
    • Stroke misdiagnosis
    • Heart attack misdiagnosis
  • Medical negligence
  • Failure to treat patient in timely manner

Nurses and other medical professionals who work in nursing homes sometimes make mistakes. But that doesn't mean your loved one should have to suffer. Hold nursing homes responsible for their actions. Contact Shuttlesworth Lasseter, LLC, today. We can help.

Information is power. Discover what Shuttlesworth Lasseter, LLC can do for you

Staying on top of the latest legal developments in Alabama and across the country enables our attorneys to build strong legal cases. The more we know, the more we can do for clients. You probably have many more legal options than you might realize. Learn more. Contact us today.

Call 866-583-1885 and schedule a free case evaluation right now. Our law firm is conveniently located in downtown Birmingham and we proudly serve injury victims throughout Alabama. Don't wait another day to contact us. A delay could affect the outcome of your case.

We handle nursing home abuse cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you only pay us a fee if we win your case.