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Alabama nursing home abuse attorney has the heart and spirit to fight for the rights of our elderly citizens. An attorney respects the right of every individual whether young or old, everybody deserves attention and care especially our grandmothers and grandfathers.

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Nursing home abuse refers to the abuse and injuries suffered by the elderly fellows at nursing homes. This abuse could be a form of a physical injury or emotional torture done by careless and heartless nursing aid or caregiver and by the management itself.


The old ones must be given proper and extra care not just an obligation for us young people to do but a way of paying back and thanking them for all the good things and sacrifices they have done for us. It is one way of showing them that although they are aged, weak, and vulnerable, they are still loved, cared and somebody who means so much in the world. Other forms of nursing home abuse are as follows: mental or psychological elder abuse, sexual elder abuse, and verbal elder abuse. The following are some of the indications on metal nursing home abuse:

  • Fear and hesitance
  • Depression and loneliness
  • Mood swings and sudden behavior changes
  • Reluctant to communicate
  • Disorientation and confusion
  • Unjustified isolation
  • Humiliating like derogatory comments by staff

Furthermore, some signs of physical nursing home abuse are as follows:

  • Cuts and burns
  • Bruises and swelling
  • sudden inexplicable weight loss and Broken bones
  • Unexplained injuries

There are also abuses that are common nursing home abuses that need an immediate action and investigation:

  • Unexplained bruises, sprains and fractures in some parts of the body
  • Frozen joints or Bedsores
  • Genital infections and unexplained venereal disease like vaginal or anal bleeding
  • Abrupt changes in behavior
  • Delays in allowing visitors to see their old loved ones
  • Staff not allowing resident to be alone with a visitor
  • Resident being kept in an over-medicated state
  • Loss of resident's possessions and other belongings
  • Sudden large withdrawals from bank accounts or changes in banking practices
  • Abrupt changes in will or other financial documents

Do not wait for a severe and worst case to happen to your loved ones, set an appointment with M. Brent Walker now. Walker is a respected and famous Alabama nursing home abuse attorney. He graduated from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University and gained more the respect of his colleagues when he earned the Cumberland's Certificate of Trial Advocacy.

Before the law school, Walker studied in the University of Georgia and graduated with B.S. in Microbiology with concentration in industrial and environmental microbiology. He is an active member of Alabama State Bar and Young Lawyers section. Contact him at these numbers: Phone: 888-343-5114; 205-545-8309; Fax:      205-977-2555. Or visit him at 1 Perimeter Park South, Suite 315 South, Birmingham, AL 35243 or his website

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