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Elderly Woman Sexually Assaulted & Injured in Motion Picture & Television Fund Care Facility; Marks Second Lawsuit Against Facility

An elderly woman, Nancy Renard, was admitted to Motion Picture & Television Fund (MPTF), a residential care facility created by some of Hollywood’s earliest entertainment luminaries, including Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks and D.W. Griffith. During her stay, Renard was sexually assaulted by a fellow male resident who is suspected to have accosted as many as 13…

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Lawsuit Filed: Elderly Woman Dies Due to Negligence of Skilled Nursing Facility

Humboldt, Calif. – Ida Lou Branch, an 84-year-old woman, was admitted to Pacific Rehabilitation and Wellness Center following leg surgery and being intubated for breathing assistance and aspiration prevention. Branch required extensive assistance with activities of daily living, as well as special attention and care planning in the form of interventions to prevent and manage…

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Imperial Valley Press Reports on Elder Abuse Lawsuit Against Imperial Heights Healthcare & Wellness Centre

As published in Imperial Valley Press, Garcia, Artigliere & Medby filed a lawsuit against Imperial Heights Healthcare & Wellness Centre for elder abuse, and negligent hiring supervision on behalf of the family of Guillermo Espinosa. Espinosa was admitted to Imperial Heights Healthcare & Wellness Centre for rehabilitation after spending nearly a month in a coma…

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BriusWatch.org Reports on Lawsuit Against Imperial Heights Healthcare & Wellness Centre

As published on BriusWatch.org, Garcia, Artigliere & Medby filed a lawsuit against Imperial Heights Healthcare & Wellness Centre on behalf of Guillermo Espinosa for elder abuse, and negligent hiring and supervision, which eventually led to Espinosa’s death. Following a fall which left him nearly brain dead, 83-year-old Guillermo Espinosa was admitted to Imperial Heights Healthcare…

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Ventura County Star Reports on Lawsuit against Oxnard Manor Healthcare Center

As published in Ventura County Star, Garcia, Artigliere & Medby filed a lawsuit against Oxnard Manor Healthcare Center on behalf of the family of Sharon Kay Haley for elder abuse, and negligent hiring and supervision, which eventually led to Haley’s death. According to the lawsuit, Oxnard Manor Healthcare Center failed to provide Haley the care…

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SanLuisObispo.com and Cal Coast Times Report on Lawsuit Against Country Care Convalescent Hospital

As published in SanLuisObispo.com and Cal Coast Times, Garcia, Artigliere & Medby filed a lawsuit against Country Care Convalescent Hospital for dependent adult abuse, and negligent hiring and supervision on behalf of Iris Schedler. Schedler was admitted to Country Care Convalescent Hospital for short-term, preoperative care after she fell off a horse and broke her…

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Lawsuit Filed: Elderly Man with Dementia Suffers Avoidable Fall and Severe Negligence at Las Flores Convalescent Hospital

Los Angeles County, Calif. — Marvin Booth, an 89 year-old male with dementia, was admitted to Las Flores Convalescent Hospital because he could no longer care for himself at home. The Complaint alleges that despite the facility being fully aware of Booth’s condition, the facility simply took all the money it could charge and then…

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Garcia, Artigliere & Medby Obtains $1.6M Wrongful Death Judgment

Garcia, Artigliere & Medby obtained a $1.6 million judgment against Jobertson’s Management Services, Inc. and Mirabel by the Sea III. The lawsuit was originally filed on behalf of the family of Tomasina Labella for elder abuse, negligent hiring and supervision, fraud and wrongful death. In 2013, Labella was admitted to Mirabel by the Sea III…

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