Ann Arbor Malnutrition Lawyers

Michigan Dehydration Lawyer

Simply put: Malnutrition and dehydration should not happen in a nursing home setting. Nursing homes and assisted living facilities have the tools necessary to provide residents with nutrition and hydration. When they fail to do so, it is a matter of neglect.

Malnutrition and dehydration cause a wide range of harms. These include low blood sugar, muscle weakness, dizziness and repeated falls. Malnutrition and dehydration are also linked to decreased immunity, leaving the elder person susceptible to infections. They can be fatal.

Representing Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Victims

At Bredell & Bredell, we represent people who have been injured while in the care of Michigan nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Our clients also include the surviving family members of people killed in these facilities.

We often remind our clients that the attorney you hire to handle your nursing home negligence case will have a significant impact on the results you see. When the decisions are important — when results matter — you should put a legal team on your side with the experience, knowledge and skill to get the results and compensation you need.

Our lawyers, based in Ann Arbor, are respected professionals who are focused on helping clients get the results and compensation they need in nursing home abuse and neglect cases. We are dedicated to holding nursing homes accountable for malnutrition or dehydration that occurs in nursing home settings.

We have been named by Michigan Super Lawyers magazine as two of the top attorneys in Michigan for 2008, 2009 and 2010. We are also members of the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates Forum and have received the highest ratings for legal abilities and ethical standards through Martindale-Hubbell's peer rating review system.

Contact an Ann Arbor Malnutrition Attorney

Contact our office today by calling 866-586-8164 throughout Michigan or reach us online to schedule an appointment. We offer flexible scheduling options and can make home and hospital visits if your injury prevents you from traveling to our office.