Skip to Content
415-441-8669 | TOLL FREE: 888-50EVANS

PHONE: 415-441-8669 | TOLL FREE: 888-50EVANS

Category: San Francisco Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers

May 21, 2020 - Caregiver by |

Marin County and California Nursing Home And Elder Abuse Attorneys: Wandering Off By Dementia Patients Can Be Fatal

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Wandering: A Real Danger With Alzheimer’s Sufferers Deaths From Wandering/Elopement Caregiver And Nursing Home Negligence Wandering (also known as elopement) is a common behavior for older persons suffering from dementia. The result can be fatal. Dementia sufferers are often under the care of in-home caregivers or facilities charged […]

Apr 27, 2020 - Caregiver by |

Alameda County and California Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys: Wandering and Elopement for Dementia Patients Can Be Fatal

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Wandering: A Real Danger With Alzheimer’s Sufferers Deaths From Wandering/Elopement Wandering (also known as elopement) is a common behavior for older persons suffering from dementia, especially those with Alzheimer’s disease. Many dementia patients reside in nursing homes and other care facilities where they need monitoring and supervision. When […]

Alameda County and California Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys: Sexual Assault in Nursing Homes

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Residents at Risk of Negligence, Neglect and Intentional Abuse Cases of Sexual Assaults and Rape Increase Nursing home abuse includes negligent abuse and neglect, and intentional abuse such as sexual assault and rape or intentional overmedication of residents. Incidents of sexual assault and rape are particularly horrific but […]

Alameda County and California Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys: Overmedication in Nursing Homes and Assisted Care Facilities

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Dementia Patients Particularly Vulnerable Overuse of Anti-Psychotic Drugs Incomplete Information and “Informed Consent” Thousands of dementia patients in nursing homes are being overmedicated with psychotropic drugs every day throughout the United States. One recent study found that nursing homes administer unnecessary antipsychotic drugs to 179,000 patients every week. […]

San Francisco and California Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys: Rape and Sexual Assault in Nursing Homes

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Horrific Stories of Abuse, Assault and Rape of Nursing Home Residents Stories of rape and sexual assault of nursing home residents are gruesome and nightmarish. But the reality is that nursing home residents are particularly vulnerable to rape and sexual assault from nursing home staff and from intruders. […]

Jan 16, 2019 - Caregiver by |

Marin County Elder Abuse Lawyer: Caregiver Theft

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Caregivers and Financial Elder Abuse Keep Valuables and Important Papers in a Safe Place Whenever a stranger is in an elderly person’s home or nursing home room, the senior’s valuables are at risk of theft. Unscrupulous caregivers strike quickly and it may be some time before the senior […]

San Mateo County and California Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys: Reporting Nursing Home Abuse

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Notify Authorities But Always Seek Counsel In California, anyone with a complaint about a nursing home can file that complaint with the Licensing and Certification Division of the California Department of Public Health (DPH). Complaints may concern abuse, neglect, poor care, injuries from elopement or wandering, lack of […]

San Francisco, Santa Clara County and California Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys: Patient Evictions

ATTORNEY NEWSLETTER Elder Abuse in Nursing Homes Resident Evictions Complaints about allegedly improper evictions and discharges from nursing homes are on the rise in California according to government data. Such complaints have risen 70% in the last five years reaching 1,504 complaints during the past year alone. These complaints are […]

Law Dragons 500 badge Million Dollar Advocates Forum SuperLawyers Badge Best Lawyers Badge Avvo

Our Passion For Justice

415-441-8669 888-50EVANS

Hear What Our Clients Have To Say

"I highly recommend Ingrid Evans! She is whip-smart and aggressive, but still client-centered and compassionate."
Posted By: Jackie Ravenscroft

Read More Reviews