Los Angeles Elder Abuse Attorney
Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers in Los Angeles
Nothing is more frustrating, disheartening, and devastating than learning your loved one has been abused, injured, or mistreated by the very people entrusted to care for him or her. The sad reality is that thousands of elderly people are subjected to abuse, harassment, and neglect at the hands of their caretakers every year.
People who commit elder abuse or nursing home abuse/neglect need to be held accountable for their actions and brought to justice. If someone you love is the victim of elder abuse or nursing home neglect, hiring an experienced attorney is of utmost importance. By retaining the legal counsel of a skilled Los Angeles elder abuse lawyer, you can ensure those who’ve caused injury or harm to your loved ones will be held liable for their actions and wrongdoings.
Moran Law is dedicated exclusively to the representation of elder abuse and nursing home neglect victims in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino, and throughout the State of California. The firm has gained a reputation as one of the most respected elder abuse law firms in California. Moran Law stands apart from other law firms because we focus on an aggressive team approach and give each case the individualized attention it deserves and requires. When a case is accepted, it is assigned to an experienced Case Manager/Attorney who works with the client one-on-one throughout the course of litigation and available to assist the client through this process. When you come to Moran Law, you can depend on us to provide you with the exceptional legal counsel and representation you need. The firm offers representation to victims of all types of nursing home abuse and neglect, including:
- Malnutrition & Dehydration
- Pressure Sores/Decubitus Ulcers
- Aspiration Pneumonia
In addition, if you have lost a loved one as a result of nursing home abuse, elder abuse, or nursing home neglect, we can help you file your Wrongful Death claim.
Contact a Los Angeles Elder Abuse Lawyer
When you come to Moran Law, you can trust that your concerns and legal matter will be handled and addressed by an experienced, dedicated, and trustworthy Los Angeles elder abuse lawyer. We understand nothing matters more than making sure your loved one is safe, healthy, and happy. We will take all necessary preventative measures to ensure abuse or neglect towards your loved one ceases to occur. If your loved one is already being abused, neglected, or mistreated, you can trust that we will do everything in our power to bring the offender to justice.
Contact a Los Angeles elder abuse attorney at Moran Law today to learn how we can help you file a lawsuit against the person, nursing home, or Assisted Living facility responsible for your loved one’s injuries and condition!
In addition to offering representation to clients in Los Angeles, we also extend our services to victims of elder abuse in Orange County, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino and throughout the State of California. Initial consultations and inquiries are offered without charge.
Moran Law is a Proud CANHR Elder Justice Advocate Participant
California Advocate for Nursing Home Reform (CANHR) is a statewide nonprofit 501(c)(3) advocacy organization dedicated to improving the choices, care and quality of life for California's long-term care consumers and their families.
Moran Law is proud to be a long-standing member of CANHR and an active participant in the CANHR Elder Justice Advocate Program. As a participant in the Elder Justice Advocate Program, Moran Law and their clients have pledged to donate two percent of the total recovery to CANHR to assist CANHR in their fight to protect and safeguard elders through direct advocacy, legislation, litigation and community education.
There is absolutely no obligation for any client to agree to making any donations to CANHR and shall never be a condition of representation. Any donation shall be strictly voluntary on the part of the client, but know that the option is available so we can continue the fight for advocacy together.
For more information on CANHR, please visit: www.canhr.org.