Orange County Elder Abuse Lawyers
Millions of Dollars Recovered by Former Defense Attorneys
When a loved one grows elderly, arranging for their care and comfort becomes an important responsibility. You take the time to research your options and choose the nursing home or caregiver that you feel is the best fit for your loved one. Unfortunately, in some cases, negligence or purposeful mistreatment of elders occurs. If your trust is breached, and you suspect abuse, it is important to immediately pursue legal action. Our personal injury law firm can help!
Elder abuse cannot be tolerated. At the Law Office of Marshall Silberberg, our team of Orange County elder abuse lawyers is here to fight on your behalf, to protect your loved one and to ensure they are taken care of. With decades of experience as former defense attorneys, our firm has the advantage of knowing what the opposition will try to accomplish in your case. We take the time to understand your circumstances in order to build a case that is tailor fit to your needs. As a result of our approach, our firm has obtained more than $500 million on behalf of our clients.
Contact the Law Office of Marshall Silberberg to see if you may be eligible to pursue compensation. With offices in Irvine and Los Angeles, we strive to be accessible to our clients. Se habla Español.
Signs of Elder & Nursing Home Abuse
Elder abuse can take many forms. It is not always physical. In fact, abuse can take the form of emotional neglect or financial exploitation as well.
Watch out for these signs of elder abuse:
- Unexplained bruises or sprains
- Pressure sores
- Extreme hunger
- Drastic weight loss
- Bone fractures
- Broken eyeglasses
- Rope burns
- Unexplained bruising
- Injuries to mouth, genitals, or anus
- Poor hygiene
- Uncharacteristic withdrawal or anxiety
- Odd financial transactions
If you suspect that your loved one may be subject to abuse, don’t wait for the situation to resolve itself - get legal help immediately. Our Orange County nursing home attorneys are standing by to discuss your case.