"Honesty, kindness, and compassion are not words often associated with attorneys, but in this case, they fit perfectly! If you’re looking for an attorney for Assisted Living neglect or abuse, I highly recommend Southern California Nursing Home Law Group." Dan T., Temecula (Riverside County)
"If you have a love one who has been harmed or mistreated in these nursing homes, don't hesitate to get justice. Talk to Southern California Nursing Home Law Group, they will give you loving, friendly service with results." Schavonne & Tisa M., Hawthorne (Los Angeles County)
"The Southern California Nursing Home Law Group represented a claim for neglect and a claim for wrongful death for our family. We were very satisfied with the successful resolution of the claims." Joseph and Nancy S., Point Loma (San Diego County)
"My case was handled with professional, compassionate and total attention. We eventually settled out of court for a much higher amount than was originally offered. Thank you Randy, Luke, and Sarah for all your diligent attention to my case." Bayer, El Segundo (Los Angeles County)
We serve clients throughout Southern California, including, but not limited to, those in the following localities: San Diego County including Chula Vista, San Diego, and San Marcos; Imperial County including Calexico and El Centro; Kern County including Bakersfield and Delano; Los Angeles County including Long Beach and Torrance; Orange County including Anaheim and Santa Ana; Riverside County including Moreno Valley and Riverside; San Bernardino County including Fontana and Rancho Cucamonga; San Luis Obispo County including Atascadero and Paso Robles; Santa Barbara County including Lompoc and Santa Maria; and Ventura County including Oxnard and Thousand Oaks. View More
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