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As a society, we have an obligation to care for our elders. Unfortunately,
our communities are plagued with elder abuse. Victims of elder abuse are
our family members, our neighbors and friends. Perpetrators of elder abuse
are also family members, our neighbors and friends. Sometimes, they are
caregivers, conmen and other strangers who prey on our elders.
If you suspect that elder abuse has occurred, or if you have been victimized
yourself, please contact our firm today. At Goldfarb & Luu, our skilled
Tarzana elder law attorneys understand the unique challenges faced by
our elders the devastating effects of elder abuse. When you retain our
firm, you can expect dedicated, zealous and knowledgeable attorneys who
truly care about you and your family.
Our trusted attorneys are prepared for simple to the most complex cases. Contact us
to get started.
Common Forms of Elder Abuse
The prevalence of elder abuse comes as a shock to many, but elders often
struggle with memory loss, immobility and other vulnerabilities that make
them particularly susceptible. Sadly, many seniors are “out of sight,
out of mind” and do not have enough people looking out for them.
There are six main categories of elder abuse:
- Financial abuse
- Physical abuse
- Psychological/emotional abuse
- Sexual abuse
With the proper team in place, these types of abuses can be prevented.
At Goldfarb & Luu, we treat each situation with the utmost professionalism
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We Stand For Justice
If your loved one has been abused, or if you even suspect that abuse has
occurred, you have an obligation to take legal action. Quick and decisive
action can stop the ongoing abuse and prevent others from being victims
of the same perpetrators.
These issues are never easy to handle, from both an emotional and legal
standpoint. By entrusting your case to our skilled Tarzana elder abuse
lawyers, we can use our expertise to bring preventative action and accountability.
Take action to protect your loved ones. Call us today at (800) 489-1984
to learn how we can help.