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Mark A. Redmond

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Mark A. Redmond, Esq. received a bachelor’s degree from Pepperdine University in 1989 and a law degree from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1992. He immediately began conducting jury trials in the District Attorney’s Office in Placer County. He gained further experience defending insurance companies before starting his own practice representing injured and defrauded consumers. Mark is trained and has volunteered as a long-term care ombudsman, defending the rights of seniors in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and board and care homes throughout California. He is the radio host of Senior Issues and the Law on KFBK 1530.

Mark is admitted to both the California and Washington Bar. 

  • ABA
  • National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc.
  • Trial Lawyers College

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Mark Redmond created an educational video series to train state investigators on how to detect and prove elder abuse. We hope that you find this information useful and that you'll contact us today to discuss the specific issues involved in your case.

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Proven Record of Success

  • $11.5 Million Class Action Litigation

    Class Action Settlement for residents of an understaffed skilled nursing facility chain.

  • $2.4 Million Failure to Supervise

    A 60-year-old man in a rehabilitation center attempted suicide by jumping from a stairwell.

  • $1.85 Million Stolen Pain Medications

    Residents in an assisted living facility had their pain medications stolen and were given placebos instead.

  • $1.75 Million Fraudulent Real Estate Scam

    Defendants promised their victims guaranteed high returns but were actually operating a Ponzi scheme.

  • $1.03 Million Bedsore Case

    An elder resident in a skilled nursing home had severe dementia and a nervous habit of rubbing her calf on her wheelchair.

  • $750 Thousand Wrongful Death Cover-Up

    An elder resident of a skilled nursing home had initially appeared to die of natural causes but actually died due to a failed suction machine.