Arkansas Nursing Abuse Attorney


Elderly people admitted into nursing homes depend on the care they receive every day to sustain their lives. One of the most basic of all human needs is proper nutrition. If a person isn’t taking in all the required essential nutrients that they need, complications can arise. Additionally, many patients require specialized nutrition programs tailored to their individual needs, if not followed serious health problems can occur. If you suspect that a loved one is currently suffering from malnutrition in a nursing home, contact our experienced Little Rock malnutrition attorneys today.

Signs of Malnutrition

Malnutrition in the elderly presents itself with many classic symptoms. Some studies have compared malnutrition in nursing homes to the living conditions in third world countries — it can be that severe. Such symptoms can include:

  • Extreme Lethargy
  • Fatigue
  • Weight Loss
  • Weakness
  • Frailty
  • Reoccurring Illnesses

Each person under the care of a nursing home requires a personalized meal plan that best suits their needs as a patient. Not all patients are the same and therefore cannot all be treated the same or fed the same. When caretakers fail to provide patients with adequate meals, malnutrition can set in. Many other health problems, including immune system problems, can stem from an improper diet.


Ultimately, the health and well-being of a patient in a nursing home is the direct responsibility of their caretakers. When caretakers or providers engage in negligent conduct, they put the lives of those they are entrusted to care for in great danger. Negligence can take many shapes, ranging from withholding food to save money all the way to maliciously denying a person a meal out of spite. Contact our law office today if you suspect that a loved one is currently suffering from malnutrition in a nursing home.

Standing Up Against Malnutrition

Over the past decade our top law firm has helped victims seek full recoveries due to nursing home abuse injuries — including complications caused by malnutrition. Our law firm regularly accepts tough, challenging, and high-stakes cases that others simply turn down or shy away from. In our time serving the greater Arkansas area, the experienced Little Rock nursing home abuse attorneys at the Law Office of Thomas G. Buchanan have consistently averaged a recovery figure over half a million dollars. This fact alone helps illustrate the tenacity and integrity that our personal injury attorneys carry with them into the courtroom — for every client, every day.

Serious injuries demand serious litigation. Contact the experienced Little Rock nursing home abuse attorneys at our law firm today. With our unparalleled legal expertise we can help you towards a maximum recovery for you or a loved one’s injury. Our law office can be reached at 501.296.9820. Alternatively, you can also contact us via e-mail and we will have a response for you shortly.

With so much on the line, you need hard-hitting, aggressive attorneys backing you and your family’s rights in court. Our courageous, caring, and committed attorneys are here for you in this hard time. Please call or contact us today, we are here to help.

Phone: 501.296.9820

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Little Rock, Arkansas 72201

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