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Kidney Failure from Nursing Home Neglect in Alabama Complicated

Alabama kidney failure lawyers at Shuttlesworth Lasseter, LLC, work hard for families

Victims of nursing home neglect often suffer from kidney failure. That's because elderly patients must be carefully monitored to make sure they don't develop life-threatening health issues like kidney failure and other serious conditions related to common nursing home neglect cases.

If you suspect your loved one's kidney problems developed due to nursing home neglect, contact Shuttlesworth Lasseter, LLC. Our experienced Alabama kidney failure attorneys can work with you and make sure your case receives the attention it rightfully deserves.

How can nursing home neglect cause kidney failure?

Nursing homes have an obligation to care for elderly people and their other residents who need additional attention. When nursing homes fail to do so, kidney failure (also known as renal failure) can sometimes occur in patients. Some of the common causes of kidney failure due to nursing home neglect include:

  • Untreated diabetes
  • Untreated kidney stones
  • Untreated tumor

Whatever the cause of kidney failure due to nursing home neglect, contact us. We can help. Your family should not have to suffer emotionally or financially due to a nursing home's reckless behavior. That's why we're eager to meet with you and get to work on your case.

Why should I hire an Alabama accident attorney to handle my case?

Your case might seem straightforward. Someone at a nursing home clearly did something to cause kidney failure to your loved one. That's why you might think you don't need a lawyer to resolve your case. You might assume that insurance companies will fairly compensate you.

Don't be so sure. Most insurance companies only care about one thing: paying injury victims as little as possible. They don't intimidate us. We know how to handle insurance companies and we have the case results to prove it. Call 866-583-1885 and schedule a free case evaluation.

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