Real Life Emergencies from Life Alert members
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Emergency Testimonials Submitted Daily
Collected since July 3, 2008

We at Life Alert strive on providing excellent and prompt service to our members and helping them in any way possible.

Below are some real life stories submitted to by our thankful members.

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12.09.2016

Life Alert has helped us twice since joining the program. Both times my husband, without warning, found himself unable to stand or sit up-right. After placing the call to Life Alert, a real person (not a recording) remained on the line until medical help arrived. [Life Alert] then covered medical information with a squad member—allowing me to get ready to follow the squad to hospital. It’s nice to know you’re not alone when a medical emergency takes place. Well worth the cost!



12.09.2016

Life Alert saved her life. My mom is 78 years old and had sepsis. If she would have gone to me, I would have had her do a breathing treatment. But because she realized how sick she was, she pushed her [Life Alert] button. The odds were not in her favor, but because of her [Life Alert] button, she survived.



12.09.2016

I fell hard on the concrete outside my farm house garage. I finally pushed the Life Alert button, not really expecting anything as I thought I was too far from the monitor. Shortly after, my daughter who lives ¼ miles away, came. Then the local fire engine arrived followed by two ambulances, followed by my son who lives a mile away. More help than I needed but what a relief to know help came when I called.



12.09.2016

I had a stroke. I was alone at the time. I received help through Life Alert within minutes. [Life Alert] literally saved my life. Since then, I have recommended Life Alert to two members of my family and two friends.



12.09.2016

My mom suffered an aneurysm, fell when she blacked out. Besides the bleeding, she fractured her skull and split open the back of her head. She was out for some time but once her button was pushed, Life Alert sprang into action. [Life Alert] also told me if she was taken elsewhere before I could arrive at the hospital, they would notify me.



12.09.2016

I was losing my breath, and was on oxygen and a CP machine. I then called Life Alert; they got a hold of the ambulance. I also got a hold of my wife. I was rushed to the hospital. I was there for eight days.



12.09.2016

I was laying down. I rolled over onto my stomach and my Life Alert went off. I had gotten into a fight with a girl from my old temple. And it made my blood pressure rise up. I then pressed my Life Alert button. Then 911 came and took me to the emergency room, where I was diagnosed with another anxiety attack and my blood pressure was 140/106 at first then it went down.



12.09.2016

My 91 year old aunt had fallen after getting out of bed. Her leg just went out from her. The [Life Alert] gentleman that I spoke with was extremely nice and made me feel comfortable that help was on the way. He stayed on the line with me until paramedics arrived and then made sure I was OK too.



12.09.2016

Husband tripped over his electric scooter while I was out. He was trying to get to the bathroom. He pushed his [Life Alert] button and paramedics arrived. Life Alert was able to give them key code to unlock door. I was called on my cellphone and arrived home as soon as I could.



12.09.2016

I fell down while planting a bush in the backyard and could not get up. I called to my wife, who was in the house. She could not hear me. So after a period of time, I pressed the [Life Alert] button. My wife heard the answer in the kitchen. The 911 people came, helped me up. I did not have any major injury so I didn’t leave the house.



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