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Dehydration & Nursing Home Negligence Attorney in Los Angeles

Dehydration Caused by Neglect or Abuse

Dehydration may occur as a result of neglect or due to intentional misconduct, as a form of physical abuse. Regardless of the particular situation, if you believe that your elderly loved one's condition was caused by some form of wrongful conduct on the part of a caregiver or the facility as a whole, do not hesitate to involve a lawyer. A Los Angeles nursing home negligence lawyer at Pacific Attorney Group can help you evaluate your legal options and determine the best course of action in seeking justice and recovering financial compensation on your loved one's behalf.

To schedule a complimentary and confidential consultation with a skilled attorney, call our law firm at 800-670-8142 or contact us online. We will be happy to see what we can do to help you during this trying time.

Health Problems and Dehydration

In order to function properly and remain healthy, the human body requires a certain amount of water or other liquids. This is just as important as food, and a lack of the proper amount of water may lead to dehydration and a number of health problems. The initial symptoms of dehydration may include weariness, lethargy, weakness, and headaches. An elderly person suffering from dehydration may be more susceptible to illness or to injury in a fall or other accident. Left untreated, severe dehydration will eventually lead to death.

If your loved one has complained of poor living conditions or of any physical indicators that may point to dehydration or any type of nursing home abuse or neglect, it is important to act quickly. This may help ensure matters do not escalate and that you have a better opportunity of seeking justice.

Contact a Los Angeles nursing home negligence attorney at our offices to talk about dehydration and your options in taking legal action.


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