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Marin County and California Financial Elder Abuse Attorney: Congress Adopts Legislation To Help Dementia Sufferers

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Promoting Alzheimer’s Awareness To Prevent Elder Abuse Act 1 in 10 People Over 60 Experience Abuse Prevalence Much Higher For People With Dementia Disorders Both sides of the aisle in Congress recently united to pass legislation intended to add in the protection for Alzeheimer’s sufferers against elder abuse.  […]

Marin County and California Elder Abuse Attorney: Statistics And Signs Of Elder Abuse And Senior Domestic Abuse

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Financial, Physical, Sexual And Emotional Elder Abuse  Millions Of Older Americans Abused Every Day Look For Signs And Get Elder Counsel Assistance Physical abuse and financial abuse of seniors is really increasing in these troubling times.  Seniors are caught between two very dangerous trends: the economic downturn which […]

Alameda County and California Elder Abuse Attorney: Suspicious Transactions Lead To Discovery Of Financial Elder Abuse

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER The Risk Of Hiring Unlicensed Caregiver Off Craigslist Caregiver Writes Unauthorized Checks Buys Herself, Daughter Cars With Senior’s Money References and background checks of persons hired as in-home caregivers are two important steps when a senior needs in-home care.  The risks of what can go wrong when a […]

San Francisco County and California Financial Elder Abuse Attorney: Caregivers As Financial Elder Abusers

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Financial Elder Abuse By Caregivers Seniors here in San Francisco and throughout California are vulnerable to financial elder abuse, often at the hands of the caregivers hired to help them. In one recently reported case, a caregiver withdrew over $100,000 from her 100-year-old patient’s bank accounts before the […]

San Francisco and California Financial Elder Abuse Attorney: Dangers For Isolated Seniors

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER When Financial Predators Strike Taking Advantage Of Isolation And Cognitive Impairment Our litigators see a sadly familiar pattern in financial elder abuse cases: an elderly person’s spouse of many years dies and the survivor is left alone. Enter a stranger or caregiver to “help” the survivor. Cash begins […]

Marin and California Elder Abuse Attorneys: Financial Powers of Attorney And Elder Abuse

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Financial Powers of Attorney and the Elderly Potential for Misuse Financial elder abuse can strike seniors from various directions including from those whom the senior has trusted with a Power of Attorney (POA) over financial matters. A financial POA is an important legal document where a principal authorizes […]

Nov 8, 2019 - Assisted Living by |

Alameda County and California Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys: Stronger Abuse-Reporting Requirements Needed

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Stronger Regulations for Assisted Living Facilities and Nursing Homes A recent report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that improved federal oversight of the health and welfare of residents is needed in both nursing homes and assisted living facilities. The Alameda County elder abuse attorneys at Evans […]

Nov 5, 2019 - Caregiver by |

Marin County and California Financial Elder Abuse Attorney: Financial Elder Abuse Can Strike Anyone

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Embezzling Checks From The Elderly Police have issued an arrest warrant for a 29-year-old caregiver accused of embezzling more than $63,000 from a 73-year-old survivor of the Camp Fire blaze. The caregiver allegedly stole insurance money the senior received for her destroyed home.[1]  The case illustrates the access […]

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