Senior Partner Stephen M. Garcia was selected for inclusion in Los Angeles Times’ Southern California’s Leading Lawyers 2023 list, recognized for his impactful work in elder abuse law. Garcia’s highlighted successes include securing a $5 million verdict for a 92-year-old dependent adult woman who suffered elder abuse and neglect, and obtaining a $38.6 million settlement against an acute care hospital, which is considered to be the largest Elder Abuse and Dependent Adult Civil Protection Act settlement in California history.
Less than four percent of attorneys are recognized on the Los Angeles Times’ Southern California’s Leading Lawyers list, created through nominations and independent journalistic research. The list selects top lawyers using criteria such as average success rate, settlements and verdicts won in the last two years, leadership positions within the firm and their community and board affiliations and recognitions.
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Our elder law attorneys are here to protect the elderly and to seek justice in their name. We handle elder neglect and nursing home abuse cases on a contingent fee basis, which means we charge no upfront costs and you pay no legal fees at all unless we are successful in recovering a settlement or award on your behalf. You have nothing to lose by giving us a call today.
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