Elderly dehydration can result in:
- Severe urine infections
- Bed sores in bedridden patients
- Even Death
What Are Your Rights When A Loved One Suffers From Elderly Dehydration
To help in preventing dehydration in the elderly, proper management of diet and medication is needed and a caregiver, physician or nurse is responsible for monitoring hydration while under their care. If an elderly person is showing some common physical signs, they may be suffering from dehydration and it is important to hold the responsible party liable.
Dehydration Symptoms in Elderly include;
- Low blood pressure
- Sunken Eyes
- Darker urine
- Thirsty mouth
- Short breath and weakness
Proper dehydration treatment in the elderly is required by law so doctors, nurses, and hospital staff must provide this care to their patients. Failure to meet hospital standards results in serious harm both to the patients and their loved ones. Our elderly dehydration lawyers at Ginsburg and Associates are capable of tracking the causes of negligence at nursing homes and hospitals. We provide consultation to the victims suffering from misconduct by the caretakers and deal with insurance companies to pay your claim. We are experts at Philadelphia tort law and will work to win your case. You have a right to get compensation and we are determined to fight in the courts of law to get you justice.
Compensation for Medical Bills, Pain, and Suffering?
Ginsburg and Associates safeguard victim’s rights and work towards getting compensation for their medical bills, pain, and suffering. If a loved one is getting care by a nurse at home or at the hospital and is showing signs of dehydration, contact us without delay. Our elderly dehydration lawyers will investigate the reasons for negligence and recover the financial damages caused by elderly dehydration such as depression, physical disability or loss of sight. Protection of your legal rights is our first priority.
To contact our elderly dehydration lawyers, call 215-564-4400 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a potential case for us to look at now, complete our Case Information Form.