Monthly Archives: May 2013

Comparing Nursing Homes

Before one chooses a nursing home, a considerable amount of due diligence is required to ensure you’re not making the wrong choice.  As part of the due diligence process, it is important to check the facility’s history.  The following link:

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Insurance and Annuity Products for People Over 65

Salespeople in the insurance and annuity industries continue to make product recommendations that are unsuitable for individuals over 65 years old. The profitability and sales commissions will continue to ensure that someone, somewhere cannot be trusted with mom and pops’ retirement savings.

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Pleading Financial Elder Abuse in California

One common area of confusion in elder abuse litigation is how to plead a financial elder abuse claim.  Is financial abuse rooted in contract theory?  Do I litigate under the Probate Code?  Does the California Legal Remedies Act (CLRA) apply?

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Man Arrested in Florida for Elder Abuse in an Alleged OC Ponzi Scheme

Edward Fitzgerald, a former Dana Point yacht broker, was arrested in Florida on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 to face up to 58 charges for fraud, grand theft and elder abuse related to an alleged ponzi scheme targeting investors in Orange

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