Long Beach Lawyers Protecting Clients in Elder Law
Representing Caretakers, Senior Citizens and Professionals in Elder Law
At the law office of Andrea Cook & Associates, we have a significant background protecting clients in elder law matters. If you fear a family member is suffering elder abuse, we will advise and represent you.
For more than 20 years, the attorneys at our law firm have aggressively represented hundreds of clients in complex cases. Contact us today to schedule a convenient consultation.
Protecting Clients From Elder Abuse
Often, senior citizens depend on caretakers to help them with their finances and daily needs. Caretakers have a wide spectrum of responsibilities and influence over an individuals’ decisions. Relationships built on trust can be susceptible to betrayal.
If you suspect a caretaker took advantage of your loved one, we are ready to help. Andrea Cook & Associates have a deep background proving fault and holding caretakers accountable. Our firm devotes as many resources as necessary, working with investigators to trace hidden or stolen assets.
We are well-prepared to interview gardeners, painters, family members and other individuals with access to the home, or exhibiting suspicious behavior. We are tough negotiators ready to help clients correct the abuse, penalize the abuser as well as obtain as much compensation as possible to cover pain and suffering, stolen money, medical care and any other damages.
Defending Clients Accused of Elder Abuse
We have a comprehensive legal practice, representing clients in all avenues of this complicated legal area. This provides us with an advantage in seeking the best defense possible since we know firsthand how the other side works.
Normally, abuse allegations occur when family members are inattentive and lose track of their family assets. Andrea Cook & Associates is well-prepared to work with forensic investigators to determine if other individuals had access to family finances. We vigorously defend clients raising the concern that other family members could have lost or stolen the money.