Is Your Loved One a Victim of Elder Abuse?Choose a Firm That Was Created to Advocate for Victims.
Skilled San Diego Elder Abuse Lawyer
Fighting for Victims of Elder Abuse
There is nothing more painful or anguishing than discovering that our elderly loved ones have been emotionally or physically abused at the hands of individuals we have entrusted with their care. If you or your loved one has been a victim of elder abuse, we at Vaage Law are here for you. With careful and thorough investigation, we can confirm and determine the extent of the negligence and abuse that occurred in a nursing home or senior care center.
Some signs of elder abuse and neglect include:
- Pressure ulcers
- Chemical restraint
- Malnutrition / dehydration
- Sudden weight loss
- Cuts or scratches
- Poor hygiene
- Broken bones
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35+ Years Protecting the Rights of the Wrongfully Injured
Attorney Bob Vaage and his firm have recovered more than $150 million in compensation for clients. With more than three decades of legal experience, we have the extensive legal insight required to handle even the most complex kinds of personal injury claims. Because of their vast experience with medical malpractice cases, the attorneys at Vaage Law have the medical background and experts to represent victims of elder abuse and their families. Let us help you and your elderly loved one with their elder abuse claim.
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The legislature has acknowledged that the elderly population is particularly vulnerable to abuse and has enacted special elder abuse laws and protections. An experienced attorney will take full advantage of the special legal protections afforded to the elderly (and dependent adults). An experienced elder abuse firm will know where to find citations and statistical data about deficits in care at a particular nursing home. A caring attorney will help you move your elderly family member into a safer, cleaner, and more attentive facility. We at Vaage Law have the experience and compassion to represent your elderly loved one.
We handle elder abuse on a contingency fee basis, which means you don’t have to worry about paying legal fees unless we obtain compensation for you and your loved one.