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California Elder Abuse Attorney & Southern California Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

Young & Wallin is a leading southern California law firm dedicated solely to representing victims in elder abuse and nursing home negligence cases. The incidence of elder abuse and nursing home abuse in California is growing rapidly. Each day, hundreds of members of our elder population in California are victimized. If your loved one is a victim of neglect or abuse in a nursing home or residential facility, there are likely other residents at the nursing home who are also being neglected or abused; in fact, there is probably a continuing pattern of neglect at the facility. In every nursing home negligence case handled by Young & Wallin, the Firm carefully studies the nursing home’s history of violations of both federal and state law to determine if there is pattern of neglect. The Nursing Home Neglect and Elder Abuse Law Firm will also focus on staffing and training deficiencies, which are often the root cause of nursing home injuries.

Nursing home abuse and neglect takes a variety of forms: negligent care, physical abuse, sexual abuse, and financial exploitation, to name a few.

The signs of elder abuse are often subtle and a senior who is being abused frequently fails to report the abuse. If your friend or relative has had unexplained injuries, bed sores, a broken hip or frequent falls, and you are suspicious of elder abuse or nursing home negligence, you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit including a wrongful death suit if the elder abuse has led to death. Elder abuse law is complex and changes frequently. Hiring an experienced California nursing home negligence attorney can make all the difference in the world

Young & Wallin are former insurance defense attorneys who handle select California nursing home abuse and elder abuse cases. As elder abuse and nursing home abuse attorneys, Young & Wallin are committed to protecting the rights of the elderly and enforcing elder law. The firm of Young & Wallin represents nursing home abuse and elder abuse victims in California, as well as out-of-state lawsuits.

If you have experienced elder abuse or if a member of your family has been neglected, abused, or defrauded by a caregiver, contact a nursing home negligence lawyer at Young & Wallin today. An elder abuse attorney at our California Nursing Home Neglect and Elder Abuse Law firm can help you or your loved one receive the compensation you deserve.

Young & Wallin handle California elder abuse and nursing home abuse and neglect cases throughout the state of California including Southern California elder abuse and nursing home abuse and neglect cases in Bakersfield, Barstow, Fresno, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside, Roseville, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Sacramento, and Ventura, California. As elder abuse attorneys and nursing home abuse attorneys, we also handle elder abuse and nursing home abuse cases out of state on a case-by-case basis.

If you or a loved one thinks you may have been a victim of elder abuse, nursing home abuse or neglect, contact us immediately.

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