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Category: Dependent Adult Abuse

Los Angeles Financial Elder Abuse Attorneys: California Man Convicted Of Stealing $120,000 Using Power Of Attorney For Principal With Dementia

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Misuse Of Power Of Attorney Over Annuity Six Unauthorized Withdrawals Totaling $120,000 Sentenced To Two Years Probation And Ordered To Pay Restitution To Heirs Individuals with powers of attorney (POAs) for someone else have full legal authority over that person’s financial affairs, unless the instrument limits their power […]

San Francisco Financial Elder Abuse Attorney: Caregiver Allegedly Neglected And Stole From 77-Year-Old Disabled Patient

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Caregiver Took Money And Neglected Disabled Elder Authorities Find Patient Living In Squalor Authorities Allege Altered Checks And Unauthorized Credit Card Charges For seniors and dependent adults under the care of in-home caregivers, neglect and financial abuse often converge.   When an unscrupulous caregiver’s primary interest is taking money […]

Alameda County Financial Elder Abuse Attorneys: Trustee Charged With Stealing From Special Needs Trust

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Trustee Theft And Other Breaches Of Duty Removal And Other Remedies  Elder And Dependent Adult Abuse Act Remedies  Trusts are important tools for protecting and managing assets for anyone, especially seniors and dependent adults.  For dependent persons, there is a specific form of trust known as a Special […]

San Francisco Elder And Dependent Adult Abuse Attorney: Sexually Abused Psychiatric Patients Entitled To $6.75 Million In Non-Economic Damages

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Medical Malpractice Damages Cap Does Not Apply Elders And Dependent Adults Entitled To Full Non-Economic Damages Two Former Patients Suffered Sexual Abuse By Hospital Employee Elders and dependent adults living in nursing homes or other care facilities are at risk of rape and other sexual abuse by employees.  […]

San Francisco Nursing Home Abuse Attorney: Abuse Of Elderly Dementia Patients Caught On Camera

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Two Dementia Patients Injured By Assault Aide Seen Pushing Two Patients To The Ground On Surveillance Footage Charges Of Felony Elder Abuse California requires special qualifications for facilities taking care of dementia sufferers.  See, e.g., Cal. Code of Regulations § 87705 et seq.  Despite the regulations, some care […]

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San Francisco Nursing Home Abuse Attorney: Elder Abuse Charges Against Care Facility Manager

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Violence Allegedly Caught On Surveillance Camera Camera Catches Abuse Of Dementia Patient Facility Manager Faces Four Charges Of Elder Abuse Many dementia sufferers and Alzheimer’s disease patients reside in memory care or assisted living facilities.  Nearly 50% of elders with dementia experience abuse or neglect according to reports  […]

Napa County Nursing Home Abuse Attorney: Surveillance Camera Captures Abuse Of Elderly Dementia Patients

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Aide Arrested For Abuse Of Two Dementia Patients  Camera Catches Aide Pushing Two Patients To The Ground Aide Charged With Two Felony Charges Of Elder Abuse Nearly 50% of elders with dementia experience abuse or neglect according to reports. Many dementia sufferers and Alzheimer’s disease patients reside in […]

Orange County Nursing Home Abuse Attorney: Neglected Pressure Wounds (Bed Sores) Can Lead To Death

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Mortality Rates From Pressure Wounds Rising  Neglect, Negligence And Abandonment Of Patients Elderly At Heightened Risk Each year, approximately 60,000 people die of complications of pressure wounds or ulcers, also known as bed sores.  According to medical studies, individuals with pressure ulcers have a 4.5-times greater risk of […]

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