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Nursing Home Complaint Center Encourages Family Members of Texas Nursing Home Abuse Victims Who Suffered Septic Shock to Call the Hotze Runkle Law Firm

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Nursing Home Complaint Center is urging family members whose loved one now has sepsis, or septic shock, because of neglect at a nursing home anywhere in the state of Texas to call the Austin based law firm of Hotze Runkle at 877-919-0830 for their possible help, and assistance, or to contact the law firm via their web site at http://HotzeRunkle.Com

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The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "If you have a loved one, who developed sepsis, or septic shock while they were a patient at a Texas nursing home, a rehab center, or a skilled nursing facility we are urging the family to immediately call the Austin based law firm Hotze Runkle at 877-919-0830. We consider sepsis, or septic shock to be preventable, and tragically these medical conditions frequently also involve what could be a wrongful death.  

"Many families do not understand that sepsis, or septic shock can be prevented. Like we said, in many cases we may be talking about a family mourning the loss of a loved one, who initially developed sepsis, or septic shock at a nursing home in Texas, the person was rushed to a local hospital, and the family member has died.

"If sepsis, or septic shock has happened to a family member, who was a patient at a nursing home, skilled nursing facility, or a rehab center anywhere in the state of Texas please call the law firm of Hotze Runkle." http://HotzeRunkle.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center wants to emphasize the law firm of Hotze Runkle can help victims of severe nursing home neglect such as sepsis, septic shock, or a potential wrongful death anywhere in the state of Texas, including Dallas, Houston, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin, El Paso, Amarillo, Laredo or any other city, or town in the Lone Star State.

A little about the Hotze Runkle law firm from the Nursing Home Complaint Center:  According to Hotze Runkle, "Nursing home abuse is a problem that needs to be addressed directly, and legal action is often the only way to ensure that justice is served in these situations. If your loved one has been the victim of nursing home abuse in Texas, the attorneys at Hotze Runkle, understand how devastating it can be to try to deal with the consequences on your own, and we work on behalf of victims and their families to see that nursing homes are held accountable for instances of abuse and negligence."

For more information about Hotze Runkle please call their toll free number at 877-919-0830, or visit their web site at http://HotzeRunkle.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is a national advocate focused on nursing home, or rehab center patients that have been diagnosed with sepsis, septic shock, and or pressure sores/pressure ulcers. Again, the Nursing Home Complaint Center is encouraging the adult children of a nursing home patient, who is now either dead, or in a hospital ICU to ask the attending physician at the hospital if sepsis, or septic shock is indicated? If the answer from the physician is yes-please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466. http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

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