Law Offices of Ben Yeroushalmi
The Law Offices of Ben Yeroushalmi helps elderly patients and their families in nursing home neglect and abuse cases. The firm also represents clients in business disputes, real estate litigation, employee rights violations, and personal injury claims. Attorney Ben Yeroushalmi is a litigator and experienced trial lawyer who meticulously prepares each case for trial from the moment a client retains his firm's services. With offices in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area, the law firm seeks justice and appropriate compensation for plaintiffs and their loved ones.
The Law Offices of Ben Yeroushalmi handles a wide variety of cases for nursing home residents and their families against facilities who harm them, and fail to provide them with appropriate care. The firm is involved in a number of class actions against senior residences and has recovered millions of dollars for elderly plaintiffs. Attorney Yeroushalmi also represents clients in a wide variety of business disputes, advising them of the advantages and disadvantages in pursuing different strategies. He offers real estate litigation services in contract disputes over purchase and sale agreements, allegations of fraud, and breaches of fiduciary duty. The firm also represents current and former employees in whistleblower lawsuits, overtime claims, and other employment law disputes.
Attorney Ben Yeroushalmi earned his law degree from the University of Southern California School of Law. He is a member of the American Association of Justice, Los Angeles County Bar Association, and Consumer Attorneys of California.
- Elderly Patients In Long-Term Care Are Entitled to High Quality Care
27 July 2016
- Social Engagement is Essential for Older Adults with Severe Dementia
26 July 2016
- Older Adults in Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Are Vulnerable to Adverse Drug-Drug Interactions
21 July 2016
- Assisted Living Staff Should Refrain From Prescribing Antipsychotic Medications For Dementia Patients
14 July 2016
- Hearing Impairment Is A Strong Indicator Of Dementia
13 July 2016
- Long-Term Care Staff Should Not Take Frailty of Elderly Residents Lightly
12 July 2016
- The Management of Metabolic Diseases is Crucial for Older Adults in Long-Term Care
5 July 2016
- Skilled Nursing Facilities Must Prevent Avoidable Hospital Readmissions
29 June 2016
- Long-Term Care Staff Must Strive to Prevent Pressure Ulcers
28 June 2016