Protecting the Elderly

Although elderly people have no less dignity or value as anyone else, the fact is, they need more help with their daily affairs, and they are more vulnerable to nursing home, assisted living and home health care neglect. One of the most common results of negligent elderly care providers is malnutrition or dehydration. They are simply not getting enough food or water to remain healthy in their later years.

From our offices in Riverside and Irvine, we protect the rights of elderly clients and their families throughout Southern California. Clients throughout the state have trusted us to protect the rights of elderly Californians who are suffering the ill-effects of nursing home negligence, elder neglect and malnutrition/dehydration. Our Riverside malnutrition and dehydration attorneys can help protect your rights.

If you, a parent or a grandparent is suffering dehydration or malnutrition as a result of a care provider’s negligence, contact us. Our California elder law attorneys fight to protect the rights and dignity of the elderly in our community, and we will help you get full and fair compensation for the suffering you have endured.

Call for a Free Initial Consultation ∙ Malnutrition Lawyers

With offices in Riverside and Irvine, we offer free initial consultations to prospective clients throughout Southern California. Talk with one of our senior neglect lawyers to find out how our highly experienced and resourceful team can help serve your case. Call 888-959-8508 toll free, or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with an elderly rights protection lawyer from Lauby, Mankin & Lauby LLP.

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