Additional Practice Areas

Elder Financial Abuse

Simply speaking, elder financial abuse involves taking advantage of an older person for financial gain. It is estimated that older adults lose more than $36 billion every year to scam, fraud, and exploitation that is all too often carried out by family, friends, or other trusted individuals. LEARN MORE

General Business and Commercial Litigation

In California, general business law deals with the set of state laws that deal with the regulation of businesses. Commercial litigation involves practically every type of dispute that can arise in the business setting, such as breach of contract cases, class action lawsuits, partnership/joint venture disputes, and more. LEARN MORE

Insurance Bad Faith

Insurance bad faith, in general, refers to the tactics insurance companies use to avoid their contractual obligations to their policyholders. Some examples include an insurer’s attempt to renege on its obligations to its clients by either refusing to pay a policyholder’s legitimate claim or refusing to investigate and process a policyholder’s claim within a reasonable time period. LEARN MORE