Welcome to Valentine Law Group, APC
The attorneys of Valentine Law Group represent the victims of negligence, neglect, and abuse throughout Southern and Central California. We focus our practice on the areas of elder and dependent adult abuse and neglect, serious personal injury, and medical malpractice.
Our caring and compassionate attorneys have extensive litigation and trial experience and have obtained substantial awards for their clients at the negotiating table and in California’s courtrooms. Principal attorney Kimberly A. Valentine has obtained multiple punitive damage awards against some of the largest corporate nursing home chains in the nation.
Ms. Valentine has twice been named an Orange County “Top Gun” by the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association for her trial work in the area of elder abuse and neglect, and was a finalist for the prestigious “Street Fighter” award by the Consumer Attorneys of California in 2008. Our Results page illustrates the prior successes of our lawyers.
According to recent statistics, there are approximately 225,000 incidents of elder abuse and nursing home neglect in California each year.  Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego and Riverside counties alone are responsible for almost half of all instances of abuse and neglect in the State. It is therefore imperative that victims of that abuse, and those positioned to advocate on their behalf, such as Valentine Law Group, take every action to bring justice to those victims and make every effort to prevent future instances of neglect and abuse.
If you or someone you know has suffered a serious injury, or has been the victim of physical abuse, neglect or negligence, contact Valentine Law Group here or call (949) 265-9272. There is no charge for consultation.
Consumer Attorneys of California, “2008 Award Finalists Consumer Attorney of the Year and Street Fighter of the Year” Read More
The Orange County Register, “Jury awards $1 million in punitive damages in Laguna Hills nursing home trial”
The Orange County Register, “Laguna Hills nursing home faces second negligence lawsuit”
The Orange County Register, “Readers speak out about nursing home safety”