Nursing Home Dehydration - Alabama Lawyers Who Demand Justice

Alabama nursing home dehydration attorneys at Shuttlesworth Lasseter want to help you

Nursing home patients who do not receive enough water often suffer from dehydration. This form of nursing home neglect can easily be prevented. Even so, dehydration remains one of the most common types of nursing home neglect cases in Alabama and across the country.

At Shuttlesworth Lasseter, LLC, our experienced Alabama nursing home abuse lawyers know how to successfully handle such sensitive cases. We know what evidence to look for, what questions to ask and we regularly consult with knowledgeable experts in such complex cases.

What are the warning signs of dehydration due to nursing home neglect?

Knowing what to look for if you suspect your loved one's a victim of dehydration can be difficult. Sometimes, the symptoms of dehydration can be subtle. Some of the most common warning signs of dehydration include:

  • Extreme thirst
  • Dry mouth
  • Irritability
  • Confusion
  • Little or no urine
  • Darker urine
  • Sunken eyes

What are common health problems due to dehydration?

Victims of dehydration face a real risk of the following health issues:

  • Low blood pressure
  • Fever
  • Unconsciousness

If you suspect something, make sure you take action immediately. Your loved one's health and well-being could be at risk. Contact Shuttlesworth Lasseter, LLC, today. We can help.

Why should I hire Alabama law firm Shuttlesworth Lasseter, LLC?

Every legal case presents its own unique challenges. That's why we never take a one-size-fits-all approach. We take the time to learn about the details of each legal case and work with clients to develop a strategy that suits their specific needs.

Discover what Shuttlesworth Lasseter, LLC, can do for you. Contact us right now. A delay could affect the outcome of your case. Call 866-583-1885 and schedule a free case evaluation. Our experienced Alabama accident attorneys handle a wide range of cases throughout the state.

Our attorneys work on a contingency fee basis when handling nursing home abuse claims. That means you pay no attorney's fees unless you win.