Has an elder you know:
- been seriously injured or died of injuries in a nursing home or care facility?
- lost real estate or investments as a result of being misled, pressured, or improperly influenced?
- changed their will or trust as a result of being misled, pressured, or improperly influenced, or lost assets because of the wrongful conduct of a conservator or trustee?
- Adult Residential Care Facilities Abuse
- Annuity Fraud
- Bed Sores/ Pressure Ulcers
- Financial Abuse
- Life Insurance Fraud & Scams
- Long Term Care Insurance Denial
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Nursing Home Injuries
- Physical Abuse
- Sexual Abuse
- Trust Fraud
- Wrongful Death
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If your loved one has been the victim of elder abuse, our experienced elder abuse lawyer can help. Based in San Diego, our elder litigation team specializes in helping victims over age 65, and their families, in cases throughout California.
Nursing Home Neglect & Abuse Causing Injury or Death
- Pressure sores (bedsores or decubitus ulcers)
- Falls causing broken bones, other serious injury, or death
- Weight loss, malnutrition, and/or dehydration
- Injury or accident resulting from inadequate supervision of a confused or mentally impaired elder, so that they wander away from a "secure" facility or wander into danger in the nursing home. Accidents, choking, drowning, heatstroke, and hypothermia may result from lack of supervision.
- Intentional physical or sexual abuse, such as beating, rough handling, or molesting
Taking unfair financial advantage of an elderly person by lying to them, pretending concern/love/ friendship, or pressuring them, with one of these serious results:
- Loss of real estate: The deed is put in the name of the abuser, or the abuser is added to the deed.
- Loss of stocks/investments: By adding the abuser to the accounts.
- Intentionally bad investment advice by financial professional: Persuading the elder to buy a too-long annuity, high-risk stock, unneeded insurance, or other unsuitable investment so the professional can get a commission.
- Mortgage loan fraud: Convincing the elder to take out a home loan with overly high fees/interest/penalties, or affordable payments.
- Wrongful change or addition to will or trust: By pressure, lying, or taking advantage of an elder's confusion, so the abuser ends up in line to inherit most or all of the assets.
- Conservator fraud: The conservator steals or makes favorable deals for themselves from the elder's accounts or real estate.
- Trustee fraud: The trustee steals money, assets, or real estate from a trust set up to benefit the elder person.
Why Choose Joel R. Bryant of Green, Bryant & French, LLP?
The Elder Litigation TeamFrom nursing home neglect to financial elder abuse to will & trust fraud, we provide full-service litigation for elders and their families.
Ready to Win in Probate or Civil CourtWith extensive experience in all three areas of elder litigation, our team is equally comfortable in either probate or civil court.
Compassionate AttorneysOur fair and ethical team is committed to protecting elders' rights; we'll be your dedicated advocate during this difficult time.
Experience Sets Us ApartWith over 30 years in the legal field, our breadth of experience in elder law litigation gives us a competitive edge and perspective.
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