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Law Offices of Felicia C. Curran - Oakland, CA

The Camron-Stanford House1418 Lakeside Drive Oakland, CA 94612

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Updated: 05/14/2021

Oakland Nursing Home Abuse Law Firm

Overview

At the Law Offices of Felicia C. Curran, we fight for the rights of people throughout the San Francisco Bay Area who have been injured or mistreated and who need financial compensation for that mistreatment to rebuild their lives. We use the law to provide a voice to voiceless victims of elder abuse and nursing home neglect, sexual harassment in all its forms, and on behalf of employees in cases of employment discrimination...

About Law Offices of Felicia C. Curran

Languages

  • English

Practice Areas

  • Nursing Home Abuse 40%
  • Employment Law -- Employee
  • Sexual Harassment 30%
  • Employment Discrimination 30%

Litigation

  • 100%

Published Works

  • Important Amendments to California's Elder Abuse Statute Strengthen Victims' Rights to Hold Abussrs Accountable, Alameda County Bar Association Magazine, Summer, 2008
  • When Are Arbitration Agreements In Nursing Home Admissions Contracts Enforceable?: Recent Cases From the Courts of Appeal, California Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) Civil Litigation Reporter, Vol 29 No. 3, June, 2007
  • Litigating Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Cases After Delaney v. Baker, California Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) Civil Litigation Reporter, Vol. 28 No. 67, December, 2006

Classes and Seminars

  • Elder Abuse and Neglect in long-term care Settings, Legal Assistance For Seniors, 2007
  • Elder Abuse, East Bay Community Law Center, 2007

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Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

The Camron-Stanford House1418 Lakeside Drive Oakland, CA 94612

Fax

  • 510-987-7575

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